Anjar’s 4-year-old Parv became India’s representative of the Global Clubfoot Awareness Project

An album of 15 songs released worldwide: Hungama honored him as the ‘Rising Star of India’


3rd June is celebrated worldwide as World Clubfoot Day. On this special day, the Global Clubfoot Awareness Parv initiative was started by Anjar’s organization. Asia’s youngest singer and actor Parv, a 4-year-old child from Anjar, became the Indian representative of this project. Give Vacha Foundation will provide accurate and timely guidance to children born with clubfoot deformity through the “Global Clubfoot Awareness Parv” project. World-class doctors are also coming forward to contribute to this initiative. Parv Krupesh Thacker, a mere 4-year-old child from Anjar, has been chosen as the Indian representative of this project. This child was born with a clubfoot deformity. By timely treatment, he was completely cured. Besides, he has contributed his art in 15 songs for various projects of the organization. On this occasion, Hungama Music honored him as the ‘Rising Star of India’ and released a special album of his fifteen songs. Trustee of the organization, Dr. Shashikant Thacker, informed that in this project clubfoot treatment experts from Ahmedabad Dr. Kamlesh Devmurari, Dr. Pooja Thacker, Dr. Krupesh Thacker, Nayanaben and Dr. Prakriti Devmurari will serve. Krup Music, a well-known music label in Gujarat, and Esy ID came forward to adopt the treatment expenses of five children every year.