Memoir of Missile man by Vijender Sharma

Vijender Sharma calls honorable APJ Abdul Kalam a stunning man while missing him after his death in Shillong. The artist had the pleasure to paint two pictures of the previous president as a tradition of Rashtrapati Bhawan. These pictures are in plain view at the President House.

He made a portrait of 8 X 5 feet and other one half. It was done on an invitation from the President’s House. Vijender Sharma likewise had an opportunity to converse with the previous president amid the photograph shoot for this composition which he calls a life-changing and enhancing opportunity in his career. Reviewing the occasion, he called the missile man co-operative amid the entire photograph shoot who didn’t complain at all while the artist was busy with tapping the president’s photos with each lightning setting to get the best angle.

Sharma likewise told media that APJ Abdul Kalam was extremely sensible man who had the interest of a child and wisdom of a sage. Be it a four year old kid or 90 years aged individual, the previous president had that ability to keep his group of onlookers enraptured and that was one of his best qualities. Sharma kept in mind to call him individuals’ leader too, as he enlivened such a variety of lives and touched so many souls in his compass of life. His ascent from a typical foundation to such a high post is exceptional, as lauded by Sharma.

Vijender Sharma is a Delhi brought up craftsman who is a gold medalist MFA in painting with distinction from college of fine arts, New Delhi. The artist has led various camps, got number of recompenses and has been a part of numerous exhibitions, independently and cooperatively.