“Every personality has different views on what is that makes one successful. Often, many people state their views on success based on their own idea of success. However, among all these ideas of what it is to be successful a common idea is drawn. Successful means being able to understand what is important to you. One cannot be successful until they have achieved their mindset of happiness; it is not possible for one to be successful unless they are happy with their goals and achievements.”
In today’s post we have a very special personality between us, she’s all the way from Nepal and her name is Esha Khadka Chowdhry . Esha is a famous model and she was born in the year 1996. The 20 years old beauty was born and raised in Bhaisepati Lalitpur. She completed her schooling from St. Mary’s school. Later she also did RJ/VJ course from Delhi. She is the only daughter of Mrs. Pabina Khadka. She loves pet animals, especially cat. In her spare time, she likes to go out for shopping with her family and friends. Recently she is seen as a contestant in the very famous reality tv show MTV SplitsVilla10 which airs on MTV India.
Let’s get started with her interview right below:
1.) How was your journey to MTV SplitsVilla ? Competing against thousands of girls, what kept you going throughout the process?
My journey was memorable, it was a once in a lifetime experience. I wanted it badly, my want for it kept me going throughout the process. If you want something badly, eventually your hard work and a bit of luck will make it happen. My thoughts regarding the show were always very positive and this gave me strength to keep at it .
2.) We came to know that your favorite actor is Salman Khan. Which qualities of his have you personified in yourself?
He is a man loved by the masses and his genuineness, talent and a heart filled with love reflects in his personality. It’s hard to pinpoint one quality that I embodied. To sum it up, I’ve learned to be better at being human from him. He is a great actor and I totally admire and adore him.
3.) You have graced many magazines with your pictures. How does it feel to read and see yourself in there?
I get giddy and feel really good. I’ve always wanted to see myself on newspapers and magazines, so those moments really play a very exciting and important role in my life. I draw inspiration from the work that I’ve done before and also from the kind of work I should do more so as to prove myself.
4.) You were crowned with Miss Personality 2012. How much this title means to you?
Becoming Miss Personality 2012 was the game changing point for me. I cherish this title up until today. It gave me a clearer perspective of my own capabilities and I realized how far I have to go. This is really inspiring and exciting for me as that was one of the best things that have ever happened to me.
5.) You are a big foodie ! How do you keep in proper shape and maintain your fitness apart from being a foodie ?
Yes, I’m a huge foodie. The kind that lives to eat. But I do follow a healthy lifestyle. I do yoga every morning and I drink lots of water. For me, being healthy is more important. Like they say, if you listen to your body; your body will listen to you.
6.) What are your future goals? Do you want to stick to just modelling or will you be expanding in other areas like acting or theatre as well ? What are your views about about acting and modelling together ?
Future is always very uncertain and I am kind of the girl who loves to live in the moment instead of worrying about what’s gonna happen next! But yea I would love to do acting along with modelling as I find acting very exciting and a great career option. I would definitely want to explore that side of the glam industry as well and see how far I can reach. Modelling and acting all are together very different but similar fields and both of them are related with the fact how unique you are and what different will you do? You should have USP of your own.
7.) You were asked to judge Miss Kavre show? How does it feel to be a judge? You know people put you on a pedestal as a judge, is that a kind of burden? Also what message would you like to give to the young talents?
Yes, I was asked to do so. Being a Judge was a very big responsibility but it’s really difficult because everyone is so unique and talented in their own way having made it to that platform and it’s hard deciding knowing my decision could change someone’s life. It was definitely a pressure and it kind of makes you respect your job more when you’re on the other side of the table. my only advice will be Follow your dreams and heart, it will take you to places.
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