Meet The Differently-Abled Teen Who Sang National Anthem At 'Howdy, Modi'

Differently-abled Indian-American teen Sparsh Shah on Sunday won everyone’s heart with a soulful rendition of the national anthem at the ‘Howdy, Modi’ event in Texas.
Sparsh sang the national anthem in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump and nearly 50,000 Non- Resident Indians.
Sparsh a resident from New Jersey, has brittle bone disease, a rare medical condition which has caused him over 130 bones fractures and multiple rod surgeries, however, it did not deter the 16-year-old from achieving his dreams.
Wheelchair-bound Sparsh who is a rapper and a motivational speaker, first shot to fame after he recorded Eminem’s ‘ Not Afraid’ that got him the attention of the rapper himself.
Since then he has won many accolades, he was also ranked among the Top 10 Indian origin child prodigies by Yahoo last year.