A girl who was once a Slum-dweller, a ragpicker, is now brave enough to manage hundreds of kids in her NGO. Chandni, from a tender age of 6, started doing roadside shows. After the untimely death of her father, she had to survive with her mother by rag picking and selling flowers at traffic lights. When she was 10, she got associated with BADHTEY KADAM, an Organisation which facilitates educational and healthcare needs of underprivileged children. She not only caught up with her education but started actively working for the NGO activities. She rose to be the national secretary of the organisation. She has faced all the problems, what a slum child had to face and had to work multiple shifts to feed herself and her family. Later she was chosen to be the editor of the newspaper named ’BALAK NAMA’ which went on to become the biggest such newspaper in India. For her service, she was awarded the 'KARAM VEER CHAKRA’ award, ’We The Women’ award by Burkha Dutt, ’REEBOK - FIT TO FIGHT’ award by Kangana Ranaut. She is a popular speaker at events such as TEDx, JOSH TALKS, and WOMEN CONFERENCES.