Boy With Giant Hands
A young boy is banned from going to school because his fellow classmates think he is the "devil".
Kaleem suffers from a rare medical condition called macrodactyly that means he has giant-sized hands.
The eight-year-old has been excluded from school and cast out in his local village in India because he is believed to be "the child of the devil".
Bizarrely Kaleem's own uncle believes that because his mother visited latrines when she was pregnant with Kaleem that it could have infected him with "demons".
He says: "Wherever you go in the world latrines have all the demons. Because that is where they live and breed in the filth."
The Channel 5 documentary, The Boy with the Giant Hands, follows the youngster and his family as they prep for life-changing surgery.
Kaleem is more than apprehensive but faced with a future of illiteracy and constant bullying it appears it is the only chance for him.
As he spends his days playing with a rubber tyre by himself Kaleem says: "I don't go to school because the teacher says the other kids get scared when they look at me."
The doctors have to work against the clock during the complicated surgery to manoeuvre between fatty tissues and swollen nerves in Kaleem's hands.
The invasive surgery is risky for the malnourished eight-year-old, as he has to build up his strength so he can get his hands reduced to a regular size.
It's down to the team to help Kaleem get through the intensive post-rehabilitation and convince the local villagers and the school the young boy is not the "devil child".
Will he get to return to school and receive greater acceptance?
By Natalie Corner, MIRROR