Little Bill Gates of India:Aman Rehman
An eight-year-old boy in India who specialises in animation for films has begun teaching his skills to adults.
Aman Rehman, from Dehradun in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand, is also seeking to win a Guinness Book of World Records "Young Achiever" award.
Aman learned computers while his friends played in the fields and has made more than 1,000 animated movies.
He is known as the "Little Bill Gates" - famous all over the state after learning his trade as a toddler.
Aman comes from a humble background. His father is an illiterate scooter mechanic and has to support four children - Aman being the youngest - along with his wife.
When one reaches the clock tower of Dehradun and asks for his address it seems everybody knows him as Computerwala Bachha.
Aman showed interest in computers at the tender age of three.
"His father bought a second-hand computer for our oldest son. We never imagined that it would be remotely interesting to our youngest son. But he was fascinated by it and watched his brother's every move on the cursor," Aman's mother Shabnam Rehman remembers.
"After his brother went to college Aman used to work on the computer secretly. I was scared at that time but by Allah's grace he has made all of us proud."
Aman's father, M Rehman, says that at first he never realised his son's talent.
"My friends advised me to introduce him to some computer experts but they did not take him seriously," he said.
But after a week of immense lobbying Mr Rehman convinced the authorities at Dehradun's College of Interactive Arts to watch his son perform on the computers.