She was homeless! Her father kicked her out of the house. Guess why? She was a transgender. She had nothing, neither a smile nor a tear. A father who can do any thing for his child, just because of fear of what the world will say, parted away from her. It wasn’t easy for him but, the so called respect won over father’s love.
She didn’t wanted to be a burden. She decided to quit. Suicide! I mean. But she was not a loser. She was a brave soul. She left her family, her country. She went to America with some 100 dollars. Just a hundred dollars! Do you think it’s enough for a person to survive alone? No, indeed. Leaving those hundred dollars, she had only a pair of clothes she wore and a huge SMILE. I guess that smile was the brightest smile in the world with a lot of hidden pain.
She had to work as a bar singer. Then a waiter. Then a delivery girl. Believe me, she proved me that no work was small. Work is worship.
We have often heard, ‘the one who has guts to face the bad times, destiny also bow downs in front of him’. Same happened in her case. One day, when she was singing in the bar, an Indian singer approached her for a reality show.
She became popular. People started to respect her. The world knew her now. Every one knew that she was transgender but now they had a different and a better view.
Then her father came and said to her in front of the world, “I am sorry. I love you and I am proud of you”.
And hearing this was worth the struggle!