This story proves my theory that in order to be "Lucky" you have to work hard to make it happen!
From The Hindu:
"For Lucky (left), life changed after a call from the channel, offering an opportunity to anchor the 30-minute crime news bulletin.
“I was surprised at the chance to appear on television and was very apprehensive initially,” says the transgender who resides near Dhoolpet."
She went on to comment:
“This is an opportunity to prove that we are also equally talented,” says Lucky who has also participated in fashion shows at the national level.
“There is no need for society to look down upon transgenders,” Lucky says, adding, “I hope my appearance on television will inspire my community to look at life and opportunities differently.”
You do indeed make your own luck!
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