The versatile actor Vikrant Massey recently garnered everyone’s attention with his role as Manoj Kumar Sharma in the latest release ‘12th Fail.’ The movie tells the story of Manoj Kumar Sharma from a 12-fail student to an IPS officer.
On the one hand, the actor tried his best to portray Manoj on the big screen, and on the other hand, in the real world, he appears to be deeply inspired by Sharma.Perhaps that is why, in a recent social media post, he extended his gratitude to the unsung hero of his life, Manoj Kumar Sharma.
Vikrant shared a series of pictures capturing candid moments with Sharma, highlighting the genuine connection they share. Along with the same, he penned a long letter, pouring out his feelings.

’12th Fail’ actor Vikrant Massey pens a moving note for real-life hero Manoj Sharma

He wrote “LONG POST:
Very seldom does one meet people who walk the talk. People who despite triumphs or failures, have their feet firmly grounded. Their heads held high, and their hearts at the right place.
was lucky to have met you.
This film became a reality cos you existed. Even before we met, you’d already inspired millions through the book. Which was already a cult-classic in the Hindi literature world.
But after meeting you and spending ample time with you and your wonderful family, I can proudly know why. You’ve not just given me my own #Restart moment through 12th Fail, but given me an elder brother, a mentor, a blueprint of a human-being, I would want to be like.
As Manoj in the movie said to Dushyant Singh,
“Even after knowing you and saying it time and again, I want to say this one more time Manoj Sir, “THANK You.
Your determination to make this world a better place through your work and beyond, is inspiring beyond words. I hope I can make you proud someday. I hope”
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On the work front, Vikrant will be seen in ‘Phir Aayi Haseen Dilruba’. Apart from this, he will be seen in ‘Sector 36’ and opposite Raashi Khanna in Niranjan Iyengar’s directorial debut.

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