Atkan Chatkan: 10 Inspiring Child Prodigies Your Kids Can Look Up To

These child prodigies are an inspiration for not only for kids but adults alike!

Janhvi Sharma

September 12, 2020


7 min


Atkan Chatkan is an eye-opener film in today’s era, directed by Saumyy Shivhare and presented by the Mozart of Madras A R Rahman. The film recently released film motivates each one of us. The movie is special in so many ways, right from the spectacular star cast to phenomenal cinematography, to direction and writing. The story and plot of Atkan Chatkan is need of the hour especially in such difficult times when people are locked inside their homes to be safe from the deadly virus. Such times not only increase depression but people also tend to give up. Atkan Chatkan’s unique yet simple story about life will help you overcome your struggles and motivate you.

Lydian Nadhaswaram, Sachin Chaudhary, Ayesha Jatin, Tamannah Dipak and Yash Rane essay vital roles in the movie. They are a bunch of talented young kids who are renowned,  brilliant personality in real life. Just like them, here we have a list of child prodigies who can truly inspire us.

Akrit Jaswal

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This young kid appeared with Oprah Winfrey on her show and made headlines in 2010 for performing a medical surgery on a young girl who suffered burns on her hands. Akrit was 7 years old when he did his first surgery and at the age of 12, he became the youngest student in a medical university in India. Akrit is now working on his mater’s degree in chemistry and is also working on a cure for cancer.

Priyanshi Somani

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She became the youngest participant when she won the mental calculation world cup in 2010 she was only 12 years old. Priyanshi is a human calculator as she does all the calculations in her head. Her name has been added in the Limca Book of World Records. Priyanshi completed 10 tasks of calculating square roots of six digits in 6.51 seconds. Her parents identified her special skills and send her for abacus classes.

Kautilya Pandit

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Kautilya Pandit is also known as India’s Google boy for his brilliant memory. He hails from Haryana and is amazingly well with general knowledge and current affairs. He even co-hosted Kaun Banega Crorepati with Amitabh Bachchan on the occasion of Children’s day. Kautilya received 10 Lakh from Haryana Govt.

Aravind Chithambaram

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The star chess player is said to be India’s next Vishwanathan Anand. He has been awarded International Master by FIDE when he was 14 years old. At 15 he received Grand Master by FIDE. Aravind helped his family overcome financial difficulties with his great game.

Angad Daryani

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At the age of 13, Angad made India’s first 3D printer which is stylish and affordable. He dropped out of school in 9th grade as he used to learn things by experimenting. He launched the Virtual Brailler, an e-reader for the blind. and besides that, he also runs his own DIY kit company.

Edmund Thomas Clint

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Edmund is an extraordinary artist who made 30,000 paintings when he was just seven. Edmund won several awards for painting when he was only five at painting competitions which were held for painters below the age of 18. Isn’t this so amazing? He has a road named after him in Kerala. Sadly, Edmund passed away due to kidney failure at the age of seven.

Balamurali Ambati

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Balamurali is World’s youngest doctor and Indian American ophthalmologist. His name is registered in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the youngest doctor at the age of 17. He graduated high school at the age of 11 and has co-authored a research book on AIDS. At the age of 17, he graduated MD with distinction.

Kishan Shrikanth

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Kishan directed his first long feature film C/o Footpath at the age of 10 and has acted in 24 films. He has his name registered in the Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest director of a feature film. He has also received several awards for being a young achiever.

Tathagat Avatar Tulsi

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He completed his high school when he was nine and got his B.Sc. at the age of 10. He enrolled his name for PhD at the age of 17 and is regarded as Asian youngsters by TIME.

Pravin Kumar Gorakavi

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Pravin designed a calendar for 20,000 years at the age of 13 years. Moreover, he even made an artificial leg with proper movements at 15. He even designed a calendar for 40,000 years and made it into braille script for blind people. He received Balshree award from the President of India and received youngest achiever award for Outstanding Engineer/Scientist for the year 2009-10 from FAPCCI.

These young kids still amaze the world with their extraordinary talents and sharp mindset. More power to them.

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