Discovering Superheroes around us
Superheroes always belong to a fantasy world. For most of us, they owned a warm bed-side place in our childhood but remained confined to the memories of our formative years. For some reasons, adulthood was unable to accommodate them.
Does that mean our daily lives are bereft of people with special powers? A recent video launched on the digital channels of Adani Foundation urges you to think otherwise. Tiled #MySuperhero, the film captures the story of Anjali, an ordinary girl with extraordinary powers.
Adani Foundation | #MySuperhero
It's easy to become cynical about life but Anjali inspires us to be resilient and optimistic. Portraying the character of a regular small town girl, who decides to script her own destiny, she shows us that if you are dedicated towards your goals, nothing can hold you back from achieving them.
Incidentally, she portrays the story of approximately 20,000 women from different age-groups who have benefited from the Adani Foundation's skill development and sustainable livelihood initiatives. This journey of breaking stereotypical shackles to choose a better life for themselves and their families is nothing short of a superhero saga.
#MySuperhero, the film captures the story of Anjali, an ordinary girl with extraordinary powers.
It inspires us to take a fresh view of life. The feeling is similar to superheroes rediscovering their forgotten powers. If you relate with these thoughts, do share Anjali's story with all those who matter to you. This way you can help people in your immediate environments to regain their hidden powers and unexplored perspectives in life.
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