Mistaken For A Toddler, 19-Year-Old Indian Girl Wants To Be A Star

19-year-old Aboli Jarit from Nagpur was diagnosed with a rare condition that stunted her growth at a young age. She is just 3-feet and 4-inches tall.  She is often mistaken for a child due to the same reason but she aspires to be a star.

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19-year-old Aboli Jarit from Nagpur was diagnosed with a rare condition that stunted her growth at a young age. She is just 3-feet and 4-inches tall.  She is often mistaken for a child due to the same reason but she aspires to be a star.

Image Credits: SheThePeople

It is not easy living with a serious medical condition. But Aboli Jarit from Nagpur still is overcoming all the adversaries and aspires to become a star. Aboli Jarit was diagnosed with renal rickets or osteomalacia. It is a rare condition that combines a bone deformity and chronic renal disease, or kidney failure. 

Though she is 19-years-old, Aboli is much shorter than teenagers of her age. She is just 3-feet and 4-inches tall.  She is often mistaken for a child due to the same reason. She lacks a urinary bladder which forces her to wear a diaper. Doctors have told her that there is no solution to this problem. Therefore, she even faces problems in walking and going out.

But Aboli is multi-talented. She wants to become a professional actor or singer as she hasn’t seen a differently-abled celebrity so far and wants to break the mould. She is backed by her parents, siblings and other members of the family.

She has an Instagram account where she posts all her photos and videos. The page has about 6,700 followers. “The Wheelchair Girl❤️” reads her Instagram bio. She used to be a dancer but now prefers singing regularly to become a professional. Due to her talent, she even earned a finalist spot in Wheelchair India.

Aboli gets a lot of hatred online for her condition but she doesn’t let anything affect her. She has trained herself to stay positive and not be affected by negative people. In an interview, she said that she draws inspiration from herself to move ahead in life. “I am my own inspiration because I have learned to live life from what has happened to me from childhood till today,” she said adding that she wants the whole world to know her.  

Credits: SheThePeople

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