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Tell us something about yourself.
I am a model, a dancer, a certified Zumba instructor, a fitness enthusiast, founder and faculty at Oomph dance centre.
Where do you see yourself after the next 20 years?
I am kind of a person who lives in the present. I work to make my present the best (expecting it to positively mould my future though). I am not too sure about the next 20 years but I will live life to inspire others and get inspired and motivated too.
How did your journey begin?
It all started after I finished with my 12th boards. Having topped I was, expecting to move out of my city for further studies, but due to the unsafe environment for girls especially, my parents were too insecure to send me away from them. All this led to a build-up of frustration which I would vent out through my dance. Eventually to overcome this sadness I gave direction to my passion and that’s how Oomph dance centre happened. Also at that same time Miss India campus princess happened, which to my good fortune I won, and then there was no looking back.
What were some of the battles you fought and are still fighting in your journey?
A few mislead people Judging my character based on my dress sense, and my profession, was and is still a battle that I face every day. The only difference is initially it use to affect me a lot but today it drives me to work harder.
Talk to us about your achievements?
I was a good student academically and in extracurricular activities. I turned my passion for dance into my profession by setting up the Oomph dance centre where I have trained people from the age of 5 to 60. I have taken dance workshops in Mumbai and Delhi, Ludhiana and Chandigarh, in universities n corporates. I have been a part of dance India dance then I was crowned as Miss India campus princess. Thereafter I won Times fresh face Chandigarh and was a national winner Miss happy skin. I have been fortunate to have worked with music legends like Mika Singh, and Gurnazar Chatta, designers like Ritu Kumar, and Narendra Kumar and Ramp trainers like Alesia Raut. I have also been fortunate to have worked n trained with inspirations, like Mandira Bedi, and ace photographers like Dabbo Ratnani, film director Fawad Samji and Parzaan Dastur