“You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching.” And that’s what Fara was doing. It didn’t matter to her whether she was in front of an audience, or this stage was the result of constant fights to live her dreams. All that mattered was the sound of her Ghungroos and the music to which she was moving. She came to her senses only when the music stopped and the audience started to applaud her. The journey from a Muslim family who doesn’t even allow their daughters to even have an eye contact with strangers to a professional dancer was not easy. But she fought with all her passion and heart. Thou her family still gives a hard face she know from the praises that the world have accepted her and her talent. And now nothing or no one can destroy her dreams.
“Fara ... Fara … Wake up … the doctor is here with the prosthetic leg… “
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P.S. Ghungroo - A musical anklet tied to the feet of classical Indian dancers.