Chandni Nair is one of those people who bring inspiration to many by their way of living. Chandni started with Dubsmash in 2015 as the app was very popular back in time. She posted some lip-synced dialogues from Tamil and Malayalam movies and sent all of those videos in a complied format to Variety Media and they posted them on their Facebook page.
This video led to a fantastic response from the audience and later she said in an interview, “My videos were shot in such a way that no one knew I was doing them from a wheelchair. I didn’t want anyone to sympathies with me and give me views. I wanted people to recognize me for my talent".
Myopathy was diagnosed in Chandni after 12 months of her birth. This is a muscle disease that makes the fibers present in the muscle not work properly and this results in weakness in the muscles. However, the best and the most admirable part of the conversation with Chandni was that she talked about her limitations and not about her differently-abled condition.
Her educational qualification is impressive as she holds her BPharm rank while currently in the final year at Oxford College of Pharmacy pursuing DPharm in Bengaluru. Even being securing her degrees and working towards her hospital career goals, her Tiktok videos act as an add-on to her identity and personality that shows her talent in the creative field and being fond of acting.
Talks About Her Limitations
Although, life has never been an easy ride for her as there have been many uphill tasks in her journey of life so far. What's interesting is that she still stays cheerful and enthusiastic about her studies and Tiktok experience. She says, “I had to study in a small school near my home because I couldn’t get admission into others because of my ‘limitations’. I was the only student in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades, following which I had to shift to another school that kindly shifted the classes to the ground floor for me.”
The 23 yrs. old Chandni proves that the limitations are for only those who exist them in their mind.
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