[India], May 29 (ANI): Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao is lending a helping hand to those who did not do well in their CBSE Higher Secondary School exams.
The 32-year-old-actor took to Twitter and shared a 59-second long video in which he requested Class 12 students not to be upset over their results.
In the video, he shared, "I know today many results for Class 12 CBSE board exams have come and in case you haven't performed well or failed... don't worry. There is nothing wrong about it. It keeps happening. It is a beautiful life...A lot needs to be accomplished."
The 'Trapped' star also noted that he has several friends, who didn't do well in their Class 10 and 12 board exams, yet they are successful in their career.
Adding, "So, why not you people? Don't worry. Talk to your friends, parents, talk to me...You can message me on any social networking platform. I am there to help and talk to you. But all I can tell you is that there is nothing wrong in this. Not this year, then next year. There are so many avenues and opportunities. I am there, your parents are there and your friends are there with you. You are not alone. Be happy."
Overall pass percentage is 82 percent, while it was 83 percent last year. Around 11 lakh students have appeared for the CBSE Class 12 exam. (ANI)