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The Brave Boy

complete the story Sriram was tired of looking through the window at the trees running backward. He asked his mother to tell him a story. She told him not to trouble her as she was tired and wanted to sleep. Moreover she said she had exhausted her cache of stories. The gentleman sitting across looked at the boy and smiled. Sriram hesitated and returned a half-smile. He then kept looking outside the train and at the man alternately. After a while he could look at the man comfortably.
'Come here, I will tell you a story,' the man said.
Sriram looked at his mother. She nodded her approval and the boy shifted next to the gentleman.
'Do you want a real life story?'
'Yes. Is it interesting?'
'Yes it is... it is about a brave boy who saved thousands of life.'
Sriram was impressed. 'Tell me,' he said.
'There was a boy called Krishna. He used to jog along the tracks every morning with his friends. He wanted to become a sportsman.
One day when he was jogging he noticed that some fish plates had been removed from the tracks. 'Do you know what fish plates are?'
'Yes,' Sriram answered.
'Krishan knew that it was dangerous and that any train coming on the tracks would derail and there would be a major accident. He told his friends to stand there and he ran towards the nearest station.
He ran as fast as he could and almost collapsed at the station master's table.
However he quickly told him about the fish plates. The station master panicked. Krishna then heard him calling up other stations. They all waited anxiously. Then the good news came that Prerna Express could be stopped a few yards before the danger spot, thanks to the boy.
There was relief and jubilation all around. The boy was rewarded Rs 1 lakh for his act of bravery. He had become the hero. He had saved thousands of life. But...'
The man paused to give his story a dramatic effect.
'What happened,' Sriram asked.
'One person died. Do you know who?'
Sriram didn't answer.
'The station master.' Sriram was surprised.
'How could he die?'
'He died of excitement. He had a weak heart. And...
now he travels by Prerna Express regularly. He must have been so worried about the train that his spirit continues to travel with it.'
'How do you know?'
The man smiled and removed his shawl. His coat had a shining name plate - Station master Atmaram.
The boy smiled too. He wasn't shocked.

Why was the boy not shocked?

HERE ARE THE STORY ENDINGS FROM OUR VALUABLE VIEWERS.

RASHIKA MATHUR

He himself was Krishna.

mrinalini thakur

Sriram was not shocked beacause he himself was Krishna and he knew the real station master very well.

ranjan

because he was himself a spirit ----- krishna

Anushka/Sonia from Canada

Because he was a ghost too...

malavika

The boy wasn't shocked because he was in Shatabdi Express not in Prerna Express.

Rohan Tiwari

The boy was not shocked because he knew that it was an incident of just five minutes ago and the man was a ghost.

pratik

As the boy had earlier demonstated he was clever, he perfectly understood it was a ploy to make the story very interesting.

pratik

The mouse told them a simple plan. We will post one of our mouse at the end of the jungle. As soon as the elephants approach, he will alert us. Then we will quickly climb the trees.

preeth jose

The rabbit was shocked to see this and he ran to his teacher to inform it to her.She rushed to the spot and called many of her friends.They all spent hours to free when a fairy appeared.She used her magic wand to free them.The fairy explained that they should not be proud.All the animals said sorry as they had realised their mistake.

Aangi Sheth

The boy was not shocked because he was the station master who was Krishna and as the station master. This was because Krishna firmly decided to save the fish plates and so he saw that the station master died. He himself became as the station master Atmaram and saved the fish plates. Thus, it is a true life story of Krishna and Atmaram himself.

Ayushi Gupta

The boy wasn't shocked because he was Krishna the boy who saved the lives of many people.

vani

coz the boy was Krishna...

zeina adel

The boy was not shocked because he knew this story from his mother.

ranjan

Because Sriram and krishna were the same.

pmithra

The boy was not shocked because he was in another express.

siddhant

The boy was not shocked because Sriram thought that the man was Krishna himself!

Alolika Chatterjee

He wasn't shocked because he thought there can be a person having the same name.

soumyashree mohanty

The mouse told them a simple plan. We will post one of our mouse at the end of the jungle. As soon as the elephants approach, he will alert us. Then we will quickly climb the trees.

vanshika

Sriram was not shocked because the man was the station master.

Dhruba jyoti Bhattacharjee

The boy was not shocked because he was the station master who was Krishna and as the station master. This was because Krishna firmly decided to save the fish plates and so he saw that the station master died. He himself became as the station master Atmaram and saved the fish plates. Thus, it is a true life story of Krishna and Atmaram himself.

lekhya

because sriram itself was krishna and knew the station master very well.

YASHIKA

Shriram was not shocked because instead of shocking he was in his thinking and want to become as brave as Krishna was.

Matthew R. Lee

It was a great story.Because he is brave .

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