Q: Do you remember your first video? What was it about?
A: Yes, I do remember the topic of my very first video. It was a duet with Ananya Panday. I began to imitate all the other celebs after that since it was favourably received.
Q: When did you decide to make content creation your full-time career?
A: Since I’ve been making videos for about 7 years and have had my ups and downs, I planned on making content creation my full-time career. Once, I nearly quit making videos because of the algorithm system, since I used to produce quick films and, despite posting them frequently, I didn’t receive much engagement. But, with time, I discovered that I am good at it and that I should continue doing it.
Q: Which celebrity do you enjoy mimicking the most?
A: Since a duet in one of my most well-liked videos included Ananya Panday, I’ve attempted it before with Alia Bhatt as well, so I really enjoy mimicking Ananya Panday and Alia Bhatt the most.
Q: What is the toughest part of content creation, according to you?
A: The hardest aspect of creating content for me is making videos since it relies so much on my entire team and the foundation clip, whose preparation takes about 4-5 days and has the exact structure outlined in it.
Q: Which video of yours are you most proud of?
A: I am proud of each and every one of my videos because they all required my complete effort and dedication.
I’ve said that I enjoy the way I make videos.
Q: What do you do to stay relevant amidst the fleeting attention of people?
A: As you can clearly see, my viewpoint is based on how relevant the subject matter is to the audience. Working on the material works for me since I have to put every last effort I have into it.
Q: Amid constant judgement on social media, how do you maintain your sanity?
A: It shocks me to learn that the personalities I like and have been following for such a long time are aware of me. The fact is, we do this to gain recognition, so it’s rewarding when well-known celebrities appreciate your work.
Consequently, it is how I keep my sanity.
Q: What’s next for you? Is Bollywood on the cards?
A: My next objective, now that I have formally relocated to Bombay, is to focus on partnerships.
I want to upload videos more frequently since I took a month’s break when I moved to Mumbai, and I wasn’t on the verge of becoming an influencer; I just disappeared.
In addition to taking acting lessons at my college, I now wish to post more regularly, and yes, eventually Bollywood is on the cards.