Vijay Deverakonda Visits Army Camp in J&K, Meets ‘Khuda Ke Bande’

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Vijay Deverakonda Visits Army Camp in J&K, Meets ‘Khuda Ke Bande’

Vijay Deverakonda is always up for a challenge, whether in his job or in his personal life. His personality is one of exploration and conquering new things, and he has won the hearts of millions with his incredible performances. The National Crush maintains the same attitude in real life. Vijay was recently spotted going into the harsh and proud life of Jawans of URI, Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir while doing an activity with a channel.

Vijay Deverakonda Visits The Army Camp In J&K, Spends Time With 'Khuda Ke  Bande'

Vijay took to social media to post a video of his interactions with the URI Jawans. He can be seen practising rifle shooting and learning about the lives of Jawans. While playing games with them, the celebrity also appreciated his presence.and attempted to participate in the on-the-ground army drill He then offered a thank-you speech, referring to the Jawans as his “Khuda ke Bande.” He scribbled the caption –

Vijay grabbed the stage during his visit to thank the Jawans and had a terrific time with them. He stated, “I sincerely hope we never have to go to war. I hope none of you ever have to face a life-threatening circumstance. I wish you all a long and healthy life. Everyone should live to be 100 years old, happily, with their families and children. I wish you the best of health and happiness, and I hope that you never face any risk in your life. But we are extremely proud of you and grateful for your service.”

In the meantime, he will be featured in ‘Khushi’ alongside Samantha and ‘Jana Gana Mana’.

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