Being Dabaang is all it takes
- 07 Oct 2017
"It is never too early to get a move on with life. So, I started working when I was 15 years old. I picked up assignments that appealed to me...and worked like a possessed individual. And, it’s been like this for the past eight years. Now I own two companies and a cafe, work as a consultant for many events and manage big live concerts and world tours.
Infact, I was a part of the recent successful tour of Mr.Salman Khan in the UK.
Initial days are always difficult and I still remember the confusion and struggles. For starters, I come from a middle-class family and I didn’t even know that places like Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills existed. I actually remember a meeting very early on in my career, where I got down off the bus halfway through and had to walk all the way to the Hi-tech city. But, whatever might be the teething troubles, I was in my zone... I liked what I did and knew I had the courage and tenacity to make it work.
Success hasn’t changed me much, except reminding me to be even more fearless. I am also aware that in our industry, ‘today’ becomes ‘yesterday’ faster than 24 hours and this keeps me on my toes round the clock. Such lifestyle doesn’t bother me at all. What does bother me is not spending enough time with my mother...and my logistics brain is working overtime to figure this out soon."