2 year old Shakiba hailing from Bangladesh has a hard time trying to keep herself balanced standing or walking due to her arm weighing 3 kg. Growing towards her chest like a lump, the young girl finds it hard to stand properly without walking down.
The genetic disorder has let the girl’s life in disaster as the rm keeps growing in lumps.
Thought to be a condition of haemangioma, the stigma around the disease makes life a struggle for Shakiba. She has been isolated by other children of the village who despises the sight of Shakiba who runs towards them to play along. Parents of the villge keep their children away from Shakiba fearing that their children would be infected as well.
As Shakiba’s father works for meager income, her parents are unable to provide the girl with proper treatment and believes god might perform some miracle on the girl.