In recent years, Mamika has become the icon of the Super Granny, bringing messages of hope to younger generations. Sacha Goldberger began to photograph his grandmother to help her through a period of depression. Mamika played along, quickly transforming herself into a hero of our time. At 93, the “little granny” has lost none of her pep. With an offbeat sense of humor, her adventures continue. The family has grown even larger to include her husband Super Papika, her lover Super Papouka, and Dark Papouka.
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