“I was a veryyyy ordinary kid in school.
There were times when I felt I was nobody at all, when I don’t belong to any gang or community.
I’m short, not a light-skinned girl. It took me more than a couple of decades to understand the value of the inner self rather than physical appearance.
This kept lingering in my mind until my college. Back then, my friend and I used to binge-watch all the fashion-based videos, dressing-up videos and so many other arts-oriented ones. I always had thought about starting some online channel or a page to showcase my interest towards these trendy happenings.
But of course, my fear and complexities roped me tight, which let me not do anything of my own. I was waiting for someone, like-minded, to accompany me to start creating content.
Pre-pandemic, in February 2019, my friend and I initiated a page on Instagram to create content (after knowing that YouTube has faded away from trends).
‘Trying something new’ was always on my plate. I never denied trying. Though I had a poor state of mental stability towards me, I did not give up putting my efforts into trying things out my way. And also, content creation helped me majorly get deviated from things which kept haunting me for a very long time.
Soon, content creation became my passion, and my interest and I loved doing it.
However, I’m working in the IT field as a full-time employee, and creating content has elevated my thoughts, ideations and interest in myself and my surroundings.
My mom and dad have highly helped me create content now. Initially, they did not understand the digital stream but now, my mom is a pro at dealing with the analytics part of Instagram.
I love dancing, modelling and discovering things and have dealt with so many misfortunes and rejections as well.
I still keep pursuing what I want to do, what I love to do. Trying isn’t bad, right? Let’s try and find out which suits us the most.
With a tagline of ‘nobody’ to owning a followers count of 35K+ on Instagram – there’s more effort, worth & trust!”