Bollywood movies like Waqt, Amar Akbar Anthony, Karan Arjun are based on “Lost and Found” theme where a family/sibling get separated due to fate and reunite after several years. Ever wondered such incidents can happen in real life too?
Yes, it happened in Tamilnadu!
You do not actually need a matching pendant or a tattoo to trace your missing family member who lost in Kumbh Mela. Thanks to the digital era, even Chinese video messaging app helped a woman in Tamil Nadu to trace her lost husband.
Recently Suresh, a native of Villipuram dist in Tamilnadu left her wife Jayapradha and two children 3 years back due to personal reasons. Though an FIR was registered, Suresh went untraceable.
A relative of Jayapradha saw a video resembling Suresh dancing on Tik Tok video with a trans woman. Jaya confirmed that the man was her husband. She then alerted the police, and Suresh was traced in Hosur with the help of NGO. The police counselled the couple and Suresh agreed to go back to his wife finally.
Isn’t it filmy?
Tik Tok is hugely popular in India, with roughly 120 million users. More worrisome events involving TikTok have also taken place earlier in June 2019, a 24-year old woman from Ariyalur took her own life after her husband banned her from using the app. Meanwhile, a teenager drowned in Uttar Pradesh after jumping off a crowded bridge a river to film it for a TikTok video, according to The Times of India.
The Madras High Court had ordered a ban on TikTok, citing concerns of child safety a few months back and had only recently lifted the ban, which soon came to the aid of this woman who could reunite with her husband.
Social media has grown tremendously in the last few years. Just like everything which can be used for both good or bad, social media has also provided a negative and positive way for the people.