Fitness trainer Additya Singh Bhadoria wants to make it big. Though pursuing MBA, he is following the dream.
"Although I'm pursuing MBA, I stepped into modeling last year; it was a shoot as a fitness trainer, for social media. Following that a few brands sent merchandise to promote online, as a influencer and that's how it began. I was advised to settle into a conservative career, but I chose modeling as it's my interest and the name- fame I'll get here is more than at a 9-5 desk job.
I participated in Rubaru Mr India because it's better then other pageants on the national and International scale. Moreover, our government is supporting it so it's the most authentic platform for youngsters aspiring to showcase their talent. Once enrolled, I worked hard. I train hard as I'm a professional trainer; my body structure is like that of a body builder so I had a few days to get lean, to get the body of models you see on the ramp.
I have what it takes to be a winner — it's about attitude, impeccable behaviour, how you present yourself and positivity. This pageant was the foundation brick of my career. It gve me the name and fame I desired. And it gave me happiness. It also gave me a platform to speak on causes close to my heart — most people know the importance of the girl child but there is a small ratio that is not aware of it so first I aspire to educate them at literacy camps and then make them understand the value of the girl child; when people are literate, more than half the problem is solved."
— JASMEEN DUGAL