By Lynne Kelly
After ten-year-old Hastin's kin borrows funds to pay for his sister's health facility invoice, he leaves his village in northern India to take a role as an elephant keeper and paintings off the debt. He thinks it is going to be an event, yet he isn't ready for the tough circus proprietor. The crowds that come to the circus see a full of life animal who performs football and balances on milk bottles, yet Hastin sees Nandita, a candy elephant and his ally, who's chained while she's no longer acting and damage with a hook till she learns methods completely. Hastin protects Nandita as top as he can, understanding that the single manner they are going to either continue to exist is that if he can give you the chance for them to flee.