Great acts are made up of small deeds. Lao Tzu’s words couldn’t have rung more true than for G. Charan Kumar. After all, who would have thought that a small deed that started with deciding to give a haircut to a blind boy, would gain momentum and become a great gesture? Charan has been giving haircuts to the differently abled children and at old age homes for free. Not stopping with this Tuesday ritual, he went on to dream of something bigger as well.
“Five years ago I thought that it would be great to give these kids a stage to perform.”
In today’s glamour world, where fashion shows and ramp walks are associated with being body-beautiful, he wanted to give the stage to the young kids who come with diverse physical and mental issues. This dream finally became real when he organised the Trendz event at VUDA Children’s Thea-tre.
The hall was packed, as children from Prajjwal Vani, Nethra Vidyalaya, Icha Foundation and Papa Home, walked the ramp sporting traditional and western wear. Parents who had once been shy of showcasing their special kids on stage, were enthused. They not only brought the whole family to attend, but their friends as well. People stayed on till the end of the event, and man