As a little girl, I aspired to be a doctor, not just because my late father was a doctor but mainly because I was intrigued by science. As a student of Stanley Girls’ High School, I not only excelled in academics but also in extra-curricular activities and I was the darling of all my teachers.
Everything was right on track until I bagged the title of Miss Andhra. Nineteen and absolutely mesmerized by the glamour of show-business, it was at this crossroads that I chose to walk a different path.
I may have traded in my fondness for science for a deeper connection with the cosmos, but, those aspects of my nature that had drawn me to the field of medicine – the concern that I felt for people, my natural sense of empathy- those still needed an outlet. That’s why I started working with Ray of Hope, an NGO that strives for the betterment of the lives of street children.
On the work front, I am currently engaged with the business of high content creation as a Producer / Actor / Writer / Director / Rapper & Singer.
Besides feature films, short films and web-series, I am also working on music singles as I strongly feel that the mellifluous aspect of my personality gives me tremendous scope to voice my thoughts which resonate with my creative endeavours and all that I stand for as a human being and as a feminist.