Wheelchair-bound photographer gives stunning makeover to tribal man, pics go viral
Kannur: Alan Sebastian (also known as Alan Vikrant), a multi-talented person from Peravoor here is known for his roles as director, actor and cinematographer. Unfortunately, he became a wheelchair-bound person after meeting with a road accident in 2018. Now, Alan has been winning hearts with his latest photoshoot. He has given a stunning makeover to a man named Chemban, a man from a tribal colony in Kannur’s Aralam. His makeover in western style for Alan’s photoshoot is grabbing eyeballs on social media. The photos have gone viral on Facebook and Instagram.
Talking about the viral photoshoot Alan stated that the photos are getting good responses from the netizens. He considers the acceptance from the public as his comeback after a gap of three years. Following the accident in 2018, Alan was under various treatments for serious spinal cord injury.
Interestingly, he also completed the short film ‘Kottayath Oru Pranayakalath’ which was in the trial shoot phase when the accident happened. Both these works were completed with the help of his friends who always stood by him.
Alan and his friend Nidhin Andrews met with the accident when the motorcycle in which they were travelling was hit by a car. Alan was seriously injured while Nidhin breathed his last. Nidhin was an actor in the short film. So, Alan was determined to release the short film despite his health condition. Though he suffered many health issues, he completed the work by being in the wheelchair itself. The short film also received wide acclamation.
Meanwhile, Alan said that the present photoshoot was not actually a planned one. It was just a coincidence that he took the camera from his friend and just tried some clicks, he said. Alan is on cloud nine as the photos have been getting positive responses from all.