It turns out Chandro is just one of the two shooting "Dadis" (grandmothers) in the village. Her sister-in-law, Prakasho Tomar, started shooting with her and has won competitions throughout India, too. Beginning their shooting careers as 68 and 60-year-old grandmothers, Chandro and Prokasho had to fight for acceptance. Prokasho recalls hiding behind walls and cars in the village to practice so she would not be seen and ridiculed. And, when that practice paid off, men sometimes refused to share the awards podium with the Dadis, and some wouldn't shoot against them at all. The two are slowing down with age and don't shoot as much as they used to, and their only regret is that they started late in life.