Anand Mahindra, an industrialist, sent a video on his Twitter account where a young woman is sketching 15 pictures of India’s independence warriors at once. After the girl’s talent video went viral, he promised to help her financially. There is no evidence supporting the video’s text subtitle claiming the girl broke a Guinness World Record. The record-keeping organization hasn’t recently shared anything about the girl’s accomplishment on its social media channels.
What’s even feasible here? She’s a brilliant artist. But it takes more than art—it takes a miracle—to paint 15 portraits at once. Is anyone around who can vouch for this achievement? If true, she needs to be motivated, and I’d be happy to offer a scholarship and other forms of support,” Mr. Mahindra said in his tweet.
The adolescent in the 2:20 video is carrying a square-shaped frame with various colored pencils, and her subsequent action stunned everyone.
The lady places the frame on a huge piece of paper and pushes the pencils about before starting to draw portraits of several figures in various compartments simultaneously.
Drawings of Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Swami Vivekananda, Bhagat Singh, Laxmibai, Chandra Shekhar Azad, BR Ambedkar, and Lal Bahadur Shastri are among those seen in the time-lapse movie of the young artist’s work.
The artist received love and praise from video viewers in the comments area.
“This is a wonderful art I have never seen,” one person said. This youngster has flawless skill. This has to be shared with everyone. You go ahead, Sir, and I’ll help her by promoting her talent online and through social media. “Amazing talent, Social media delivers to the globe,” another user remarked.