‘Baba ka Dhaba’ in the capital city of Malviyanagar has become famous overnight. The video went viral a day ago, in which the elderly couple looked very upset. In the video, the elder told how his shop is not selling much. As soon as the video of the elderly went viral on social media, people from all over the country came forward for help. So much so that India’s star spinner R Ashwin and Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor also came forward to help.
Where is Baba’s Dhaba in Delhi
Kanta Prasad and his wife Badami Devi run ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ together. Situated in B block in front of Hanuman Temple in Shivalik Colony, Malviya Nagar, South Delhi, this dhaba is served tea-breakfast and lunch. The elderly Kanta Prasad is very happy to see his video going viral and crowds of customers gathered at the dhaba and thanking people for help. He told that earlier his dhaba was not even known and now it seems that the whole of India is with him.
Gaurav Vasan shared the video AamAadmi Party MLA from Malviya Nagar Somnath Bharti also reached the dhaba and met the elderly couple. Somnath Bharti tweeted, “Went to Baba’s Dhaba and helped whatever was possible to bring a smile to his face.” I will take care of them even further. ‘ Let me tell you that this video was shared by Gaurav Vasan on his social media account.
RaveenaTandon has written in her tweet- ‘Baba ka dhaba, Delhi people, show heart. Whoever will have dinner here, send me a photo of yours, I will share a cute message with that picture. ‘ Apart from Raveena Tandon, Bollywood actresses Swara Bhaskar, Sonam Kapoor and Sunil Shetty have also appealed to people to eat at Baba’s Dhaba.
Zomato helped the elderly
During this, zomato was also said to help the elderly. After this Thursday night, by tweeting on behalf of zomato it was said, ‘Baba ka Dhaba’ is now listed on Zomato. Our team is working with the elderly couple there so that they can have food. ‘In such a situation, people can order food from ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ whenever they want.
Appreciating Zomato for the great initiative, several users took to the comments section and called it a ‘noble act’.
A user wrote: “Loved your Initiative , this way we can support our local small vendor.