New Delhi, Mar 14: Dazzling lights, reverberating music and an atmosphere filled with triumph when patients with kidney disorders walked the ramp in traditional Indian ensembles here on Friday, Mar 13 evening.
Organised by Fortis at New Delhi, the show was part of celebrations to commemorate the World Kidney Week that Fortis is observing.
The show was an attempt to provide a platform to the patients to showcase their will to live and fight against kidney disorders.
It was also an attempt to break the myth that kidney disorders can put an end to a person's normal life.
"Many people believe that patients with kidney failure have no real life and that probably is the end of life. This fashion show demonstrates that patients with kidney failure and kidney transplantation can lead a normal life just like any other person," said Vijay Kher, Director, Nephrology and Renal Transplant Services, Fortis Hospital.
Walking the ramp in exquisite and dazzling outfits, these patients were radiant with joy as they exuded self-confidence on ramp.
They said they wanted to show that a kidney ailment does no cripple you for life.