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International photographer Vicky Roy was there to start things off with his ‘rags to riches’ story. His path to glory, as many could see, was tough beyond what one could imagine.

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Bollywood sensation Shibani Kashyap’s voice¬† mesmerised everyone.¬† The 39 year old’s sing- talk was one of the most sought after talks for the day.

Ms. Kamla Bhasin stole the show with her story. Nothing has deterred her to make a comeback despite the setbacks she faced. She rightfully deserved the only standing ovation from the crowd  that day.

Entering in at no.8 was the showstopper and youth icon Ms. Tina Dabi Khan- the best saved for the last.For her fame didn’t establish her mettle.Rather, it required her to walk on the path of fire every now and then.Life kept throwing challenges,she kept taking them one after another.

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