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Malfoy from Harry Potter left mighty impressed with acid attack survivors' cafe in India!

The Harry Potter series has a massive fan following across the globe. So, if at all you get a chance to spot your favourite Potter character walking beside you, what will your reaction be like? Instant joy, right away.

Malfoy from Harry Potter left mighty impressed with acid attack survivors' cafe in India!
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New Delhi: The Harry Potter series has a massive fan following across the globe. So, if at all you get a chance to spot your favourite Potter character walking beside you, what will your reaction be like? Instant joy, right away.

But what if we tell you that one of the Potter characters was in India recently and went unnoticed. Shocked? Well, yes so are we. According to Pinkvilla.com, Jason Isaacs, who played the famous Lucius Malfoy in 'Harry Potter' series was in India and was happened to visit the 'Sheroes Hangout Cafe' for lunch in Agra.

The report states that Jason made a quick trip to the country and went to Agra for checking out Taj Mahal with his family. He even went to the 'Sheroes Hangout Cafe' in Agra for lunch. The cafe this run and maintained by acid attack survivors—and that makes it a talking point.

The Hollywood biggie was left mighty impressed with the cafe and the concept behind it. Pinkvilla.com quotes a cafe spokesperson as telling a popular tabloid, “It was like any other day. A tourist walked in with his family and we served him. Strangely, no one recognized him even though the Harry Potter series is so popular. It was only when his wife told us that he played Lucius that the girls got excited and started clicking pictures with him. We have a library at our cafe where visitors donate books.He had promised to distribute Harry Potter books and came back to give them."

When Ritu was asked about it, she said, "We never expected that such a big star could be so down to earth. He tweeted a picture with me and I am over the moon right now!"

Jason took to his Twitter handle and posted a picture with one of the acid attack survivors.

What a real proud moment!

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