What were your activities when you were a toddler? (Apart from watching Shaktiman or Pokemon all day) If you ask me, I am gonna say that most of my time was about setting my teddy bears together. Because this is what every normal kid at that time used to do.
But now the scenario has changed. Now it's neither books nor games that justify the spare time, but it's mobile phones, it's the new technologies and gadgets. On the same note, the story I have brought for you people is an example of a change in the synopsis.
This is a story about two kids from Mumbai, Soumyyaa Jain and her brother Lakshya Jain. These kids aren't like the other toddlers, they are into building their own entertainment profile. And the credit for their success goes to their parents. Let's have a look at their journey till date...
The 13-year-old Director and Producer Soumyyaa and 7-year-old Voice Over artist Lakshya make amazing videos and post them on social media.
Soumyyaa, according to her parents is a born performer and dancer. Her parents are proud that she learns creative things all on her own. You would be surprised to know that this 13-year-old has created her own website, her own YouTube channel and even Facebook page.
Lakshya is a 7-year-old studying in the second grade. Just a year back his parents realized that he is also interested in becoming an artist as he used to mimic her sister. He later showed interest in being a part of her videos as well. Apart from being an artist, he wants to become a scientist and dancer in life.
In a conversation with WittyFeed, her father said that she was just 4-year-old when they came to know about her talents. She has been involved in video-making form past a year and has even tried making funny clips. Apart from making storytelling videos, Soumyyaa also produces entertainment videos, personality development videos, education related videos, songs, magic tricks and much more.
Lakshya also has his official page on Facebook as Lakshya Jain on which he posts all of his videos. Currently, most of his videos are on Storytelling. Creating a page for their kid was a step by the parents to store and even share the wonderful memories these kids are making each day.
It's her parents' support and brother's coordination that has helped her in ways so that she can do things on her own. As parents, they have provided her with a personal mobile phone and tripod. It's her brother who performs for her in the videos.
Now, it's time for us to show you some of the videos posted by the duo. So check them out in the adorable voices of these kids.
It's unbelievable to see these two kids doing wonders at such a young age. The credit goes to their parents for being supportive and stimulating their kids.
That's all, folks. I hope you liked the story of these two skilled kids. Share the tale and make these toddlers and their parents a role model for others out there.
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