“I did not know the word ‘DJ’ in my teens, but I evolved to be one of the renowned DJs in the city in my 20s.
My brother and I pursued a diploma with so much difficulty, despite our family concerns.
I worked simultaneously to sustain my education.
I planned to skim for many jobs with a bit of computer knowledge. But unfortunately, I wasn’t able to acquire employment anywhere. So, I intended to accomplish a course in VJing. Sadly, I did not discover any opportunities for the course I followed as well.
Unexpectedly, I came across the DJ (Disc Jockey) profession via one of my unknown friends. How would I not uncover what’s in there?
Somehow, I got so much interest in DJing and accumulated a lot of time exposing myself to worthwhile experiences before getting into the field.
Within a short span, I received a couple of pleasant opportunities in clubs. I started my career as a DJ in my 17 years. Later, I was invited to do wedding DJing as well.
More importantly, I got to do DJing in a couple of NGOs as well, where I deny getting paid. However, primarily, I was more inclined toward serving people from my early teen life.
This is not to seek attention but to prove that everybody needs music to bring up their enthusiasm for life and bring down their sorrows.
I’ve been exposed to what poverty will look like and feel like from my own life experience. For instance, I have worked delivering newspapers to every household, offering pamphlets just to survive life.
After 5 years as a professional DJ, one of the colleges in Chennai honored me with a Doctorate of Social Service in Music.
Pursuing passion with perseverance will fetch a potential result somehow!”