Kashish Thakur Pundir is overwhelmed by the fact that he won Roadies Xtreme and now wants to enter the film industry
Basking in the success of winning the title of Roadies Xtreme, Kashish Thakur Pundir is overwhelmed by the fact that he made his parents and acquaintances proud.
Several contestants from the reality show have gone on to make their careers in the film industry, Pundir aspires to be one among those.
“I am inspired by Vidyut Jammwal, John Abraham and Yashmeen Chauhan when we talk about fitness. Being a fitness freak, I want to do projects revolving around the same and am open to doing movies,” he said.
The 24-year-old, who is trained in jiu-jitsu, shared that everyone should devote time to being healthy and shouldn’t get used to a sedentary lifestyle.
“People working for long hours in the offices tend to ignore their health. Being fit is an essential part of our lifestyles and one should devote at least 45 minutes in a day to it. I exercise 2-3 hours every day and make sure that I take a good diet to support it,” he said.
Recollecting his journey in the reality show, Pundir said, “After the auditions, my aim was to get as much experience as I can get from all the gang leaders and celebrities like Rannvijay sir. As I kept reaching closer to the finals, my expectations of winning the title also started increasing.”
“In the semi-finals, all I wanted was to make it to the finals. I had short-term goals of surviving one day at a time. Winning the finals was a cherry on the cake,” he added.
When asked which was the toughest moment in the competition and how he dealt with it, the Haryana-based lad said, “The worst day of my journey was when my best friend Mehakdeep Singh was voted out. I was broken as he was my support system. Whenever I had a bad day in the competition, I tried to motivate myself by saying that the next day will be exactly opposite to what it is today.”
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Last Updated 9, Aug 2018, 5:39 PM