I’m associated with a hospital that treats terminally ill children; especially cancer cases. These children are vulnerable and less scope of healthy living. I know I can’t do much for them but I know that laughter is also one of the best medicines. And they really feel joyful when we are around.

Whenever I get time, I collect my like-minded friends and we go there to spend quality time with these children. We teach them photography, see an animation film together, crack jokes and make THANK YOU cards that get sent to the soldiers of our country.