Indian Youth Get A Kick Out Of Death-Defying Train Stunts

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Growing up on streets, fighting the menaces of poverty and a youth spent trying to earn a living makes thousands of Indians grow up before their time.

Hundreds of children born and bred on the streets seek thrills in death-defying ways.

Zaid, one such boy, who survived a near fatal collision while performing a stunt on a running Mumbai, India, local train, has now turned a campaigner against the dangerous act.
  
After battling for his life in a Mumbai hospital, a changed Zaid said, "I will tell people that they should get inside and not be outside. If there is no space, they should take the next train."

Watch the video to see how these young Indians risk their lives all the time just for a thrill. 

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