Gradually, her vocabulary improved, and English became one of her favourite subjects. After living a friendless life for 6 years, her younger brother Aman gave her the courage to step out and learn to accept myself for who she was.
Muskan went on to become class captain, a journalist, and a radio host. She received corrective surgery in March 2013, and wrote her autobiography " I Dream" during her recovery. She has sold copies to raise funds for Starship. She has given a talk at TEDx Auckland 2014, and was honored with a Youthweek Award, a Quota International Women's Award, and two Attitude Live Awards in 2015.
In 2016 she used funds raised from speaking to build a hospital for girls with disabilities in India.
She was recognised by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in the Young Achievers Awards and was also a finalist (one of three) in the Global Indian Women Awards for the work that she has done.