To bring forth a head-on competition to the western video conferencing apps a homegrown mobile application called “Drishti” has been launched by a young Indian man.Due to the onset of Indo-China border conflicts, the Central Government had issued a notice banning 59 apps which were curated by the Chinese. During lockdown, it was imperative that people took to “Zoom” calls to conduct their business and official ventures. With the usage of these apps, there is always a high risk of cyber invasion and intrusion into private information is very likely.A resident of Ghatal, Radhanagar; Arnab Modak devised a plan to develop an app which would be beneficial to the people of his country. Arnab has recently passed the Madhyamik exams from Jalshara Ramkrishna High School, Ghatal. He has always been very enthusiastic about programming and developing technology software. His father, Haradhan Modak is a teacher at the local primary school.After working tirelessly day in and day out Arnab finally developed his brainchild and named the app “Drishti”. This application has several perks, it allows at least a hundred participants to partake in a single video conference call. This call can last as long as the participants want, there is no set time limit. It also promises full cybersecurity and data privacy. International Age Rating Coalition has rated Drishti at a 3.5. Completely free of cost this app is easily available at the Google Playstore.