Vicky was just two years old when his parents send him away to his grandmother’s place. As he grows up with her, he is asked to do a lot of grueling work he doesn’t like. So one day he decides to run away, and somehow manages to reach the capital, New Delhi, by train. He doesn’t know anyone there and he has no money. So he quickly makes friends with other kids at the railway station and starts living on the platform. Every day he collects water bottles, and buys food from the money he makes from selling them. One day, a volunteer from Salam Balak Trust finds him wandering and takes Vicky to the trust. He grows up in a safe environment and one day, Vicky’s teacher tells him that he is not doing well in his studies and he should stay focused. He gets angry and replies “I don’t want to study. I want to do photography.” Today, Vicky is one of the ten amateur photographers coveting the cover of the Nat Geo magazine. His inspiration are his friends who live on the streets toiling all day, to scrape a living.