The 14th Divyang Talent and Fashion Show organised by Mumbai-based NGO Narayan Seva Sansthan was a memorable event with specially-abled artistes walking the ramp.
40 performers including those suffering from autism, cerebral palsy and polio showcased their talents.
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IMAGE: Flaunting his bare chest, wheelchair bound Yogesh Prajapati was all smiles the minute he stepped on stage.
IMAGE: And even before the audience could take a moment to soak in his infectious vibe, Yogesh flung his body in the air, using the wheelchair as a support.
IMAGE: When Ahmed Raza, 5, from Rajasthan walked the ramp, he took a break in between to sit down, remove his sandals, wear a pair of sunglasses with the help of his legs and then strap on his footwear again.
IMAGE: Santosh Kumar took to the ramp with the confidence of a professional model.
IMAGE: Nothing stopped this specially-abled artist from showcasing her Lavani moves on stage.
IMAGE: Walk like no one's watching seems to be Suraj Kumar Gour's motto.
IMAGE: The artistes kept the audience glue to their seats by making sure that everyone was entertained. This artiste took a 360 degree video of the crowd with his prosthetic hand.
IMAGE: Some did a handstand...
IMAGE: ...while others took the help of their wheelchairs to strode the ramp.
IMAGE: They were others like Neha Prajapati who let go of their wheelchairs and attempted to stand up to flaunt their lovely gowns.
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