Internet is not just an entertaining platform anymore; it has now become a powerful marketing medium, helping businesses from all sectors. We often see bloggers and influencers promoting one brand or another, but it turns out that one can do their own marketing with impressionable content. A young boy from Hyderabad just proved it by promoting his father's small food business and now the stall has throngs of people visiting to try its menu. This story is as inspiring as it is heart-warming. And it all started with a small video clip that the boy made and was shared on Twitter by a social activist. Read all about it here.
In the video, the boy named Mohammed Adnan shows off his father's Haleem shop in Moti Nagar in Hyderabad. The small Haleem stall goes by the name of 'Alhamdulillah Chicken Haleem stall'. The boy goes on to show the viewers different food items, starting with a huge vessel filled with haleem, then he shows the ingredients that they use, including sherwa, lemon wedges, mint leaves, chopped cashews and burnt onions.
Take a look:
Isko bolte baap ka Sahara banna :)
Chotu miyan inshallah kal apke PAPA ki haleem khane hum aarahe hai thik 8.00 pm ko :) aur aap se bhi mulaqat kareinge :)
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I salute you chuto master :) pic.twitter.com/Ge2PMKLZzF— Azhar Maqsusi (@azhar_maqsusi) April 13, 2022
The video was shared by Azhar Maqsusi and reshared by many other people on Twitter. One tweet read, "The little blogger of Hyderabad putting big efforts to promote his father's business "PAPA ki Haleem"... Need your visit their stall at Moti Nagar X Road Borabanda or at least moment of appreciation to encourage his efforts."
One user also posted a clip showing a huge rush of people in front of the stall after the boy's video became popular.
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Many Twitter users have been asking for the exact address of the stall so they could visit, and many also applauded the effort of the young blogger who helped his father's business and got the attention of several people in Hyderabad.
We too are impressed by this bold act by the boy and hope the internet helps many other small food businesses.