“I was born and raised in India’s financial capital, Amchi Mumbai! I started my career there too. The city had been a part of a lot of firsts in my life. After a few years of working in a private firm, I decided to start my own business, but things went south, and I had to wrap it up to retake a full-time job.
My second stint at employment is what brought me to Chennai over a decade and a half ago. Now my wife has a strong base here with her profession as a doctor – she works with a leading hospital chain. I have two daughters, and both of them have been giving their heart and soul to train in swimming. My older one has been to the Nationals. So, this city has become my second home. It has an organized way of living life. Something that Bombay lacks. The people here know to balance work and life and respect getting ample rest too! However, on the flip side, the options one has in this city are also limited. It is probably owing to its conventional approach to everyday life. But I have developed a liking for Madras and have no thoughts of going back.
That’s the reason I decided to set up a business with my daughter’s friend’s father when the opportunity came up. It’s been close to a month and a half now in our Noodle Theory venture. We being vegetarians and foodies who’ve travelled across the globe and tried various cuisine, this seemed like the right choice. Life has been great so far, with its own set of challenges that helps me get back up stronger and harder. But what’s the point of living if it does not have its high and low points!”
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