“If I have to describe myself in one sentence, I will use what my teachers back in the day used to tell my parents during Parent Teacher Interactions, “She’s a brilliant child, it’s just that she’s very talkative”

A true blue Piscean and inspired by the need to make a difference, I work best in a position where my creative skills come to the fore.

Always aspiring for improvement, and brimming with enthusiasm which reflects in the work done.

I am a person with a calm demeanour otherwise, yet with a fire to go beyond boundaries.

Staying true to the meaning of my name, “A person who gets name and fame”, I have always romanticised life.

No different than the others my age, (I am 23 by the way and don’t shy away from announcing it to the world with every passing birthday) I am a firm believer in the fact that you don’t need tricks to do magic.

Magic can be created with words too.

Driven by a zeal to create something the world has never seen before, i strive to take myself to greater heights every day.

Yet, my story is far from simple.

Though having IIMC, Delhi as my alma mater, the journey was a rocky road.

From not being able to find my niche in the industry to no mentorship at the start of my career, i have dealt with failure and self-doubt.

However, 1 year later and so much stronger mentally, comfortable in my own skin, which did take a lot of hard-work, but, i am a poster girl for someone who let destiny sway her way.

I have never had a plan in life, but all i know is that i have to make a difference.

“All I ever wanted was to make my way to a moment called ME. A place where I was satisfied with what I was doing, where I was in life and what my mental state was. I worked hard on proving my worth to myself. Once I started loving and believing in myself, everything seemed to fall in place. And that’s when I knew I had arrived. You just need to find your version 2.0. Love what you do and do what you love.”

If you have made it this far in the article and have been sort of inspired, i have a piece of advice for you.

You, who seem to be everywhere and yet nowhere,

“Don’t ever let the rat race run you. Let your dreams run you. For they run when you start making moves instead of taking steps.”

Well, Eleanor Roosevelt did say “Future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” and I do so, every day.