English actor Jake Weber went to India when he was a tyke, and said that he saw destitution, hardship and ailment in the nation. The on-screen character, known for, The Blacklist and Homeland, trusts things have changed from that point forward. “I was in India when I was eight years old. My mother was living with a holy man somewhere in the mountains. And I have not been to India since then,” Weber told IANS. His memories of the country are rather grim.

“I recollect, as a youngster and I trust it is altogether different now, however as a tyke I recall there was a great deal of obvious neediness, hardship and infection and individuals in the city. It was exceptionally tragic,” he included.

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