Rachana Choudary unveils extraordinary stories of ordinary people

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Tummala Rachana Choudary, one of the few people in India who did cephalology, has founded Humans of Hyderabad intending to bring the extraordinary stories of ordinary people to light.

After witnessing Humans of New York and Humans of Bombay, Rachana came up with the idea of setting up Humans of Hyderabad. Started four years ago, the team reveals real-life heart-warming stories told from the individual’s perspective.

“It made me feel good to tell the world about such celebrities that no one knows, rather than interviewing film celebrities and telling people about them,” said Choudary.

She added that their aim will be fulfilled only when some stories come to light through them. Rachana further said that the team will be ready to take any responsibility, for positive feedback or negative feedback, that is received in this process.

Rachana Choudary reiterated that the team will work to ensure that the Humans of Hyderabad is more pleasant and that it will work to connect more people personally.

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