Motivational Story – When Rajat Barmecha could not afford McVeggie, and always ordered McAloo Tikki

I survived on Rs 6,000 a month: stay, food, travel, everything. I lived in a PG in Borivli, four people to a room, in a building that’d be the first to fall in an earthquake. If I went to McDonalds, I’d get the McAloo Tikki and not the McVeggie, which is more expensive. When my brother visited, he took me to Pizza Hut and said, “Eat whatever you want.” It sounds filmi now, but at the time, it was touching.

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