Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is an X-linked recessive genetic disease. Worldwide, around 1 in 3500 boys suffer from DMD. The child is usually normal at birth but the disease onsets around 3 years of age. Initially, the child starts feeling difficulty in getting up from the ground which is accompanied by frequent falling on brisk walking. Gradually, the problem going on increasing in the form of calf muscle enlargement with the inability to climb the staircase. In the following time, all the muscles of the body start to lose power and the child is bed-ridden between the age of 8-10 years. In most cases, death occurs between 14 to 21 years due to respiratory or cardiac failure. DMD results due to the deficiency of a protein called dystrophin in the muscle cells.