Born Free

In March, the posters will dot the streets of Bangalore. Suleman's friend Laila Vaziralli, founder of arts and music festival Kitsch Mandi, will showcase them as part of the Neighbourhood Festival. "We hope to take the work to other cities as well. Imagine looking at these posters on the streets when travelling in the Delhi metro," says Vaziralli.

For Suleman the campaign has been a learning in itself. "Fearless has taught me to face the wind and smile," says she.

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