City: Aurangabad (Maharashtra)
Qualification: CA finalist, B.com grad.
Profession: Businessman, CA oriented work, Anchor & Cryptocurrency consultant.
From the city of gates Aurangabad comes Gaurav Sipani, the man who has made himself to be the one. Let’s listen to the interesting story of this young businessman cum CA cum stage anchor and now a super model.
TNV: When and how did you begin modelling? Were you studying or working before then?
GS: A couple of years ago working as a Chartered accountant was the only aim in life. But the never-ending support of my lovely parents fetched me an opportunity for giving auditions of a local pageant named Mr Aurangabad 2018 (fortunately I won the same) & the blaze of glory won’t stop.
TNV: Why modelling when you could have settled in for a more stable permanent career?
O- Out of the box
D- Dream that gives
L- Level of
I – Internationally &
N- Nationally to
G- Gaurav Sipani (that’s me😬)
As once said – “It’s your life, make it large “
So I’ve already made a stable career now making it ecstatic
TNV: Tell us about your first assignment, if any, and how did it happen? What was the experience like?
GS: Struck with a syndrome – “LKK – Log Kya Kahenge” when I tried taking a step ahead in life from being behind the scenes to being on stage hosting one. My first ever assignment was hosting & managing a regional pageant show.
TNV: What do you feel makes you a good model? Your face? Your body? Your attitude? As opposed to others?
GS: “लहरों से डर कर नौका पार नहीं होती, शकल और सुरत से जय जय कार नही होती, तूफान चाहे कितने भी आऐ रासतो मे, कोशिश करने वालों की कभी हार नहीं होती”
As the above lines say, I make sure I electrify any place, any moment with a selfless attitude makes me a good model & entertainer.
TNV: Why Rubaru Mr India when there are so many local pageants happening ??
GS: The question itself clarified my answer. There’s a huge amount of difference between a “Local” pageant & one of the best male pageant across the globe I may say “Rubaru Mr India 2019”.
TNV: Did Mr India just happen to you along the way – or were you preparing to take part in the pageant?
GS: Mr India is a blessing when people across believe in you as their role model in life without a doubt & those people who believe in you enlighten the spark of achieving the prestigious title of “Rubaru Mr India 2019”.
TNV: Tell us about how you train for it. What is the regimen like? What are the challenges involved?
GS: There’s a saying- “Train like a beast & look like a beauty “
My challenge isn’t going to the gym & building a great body (Everyone has that nowadays), the real deal is post workout managing my office, the professional work of a C.A., organizing events & the best part- Anchoring at big stage shows with low carb diet almost on daily basis. It’s all about Multitasking.
TNV: What makes you feel you should be the chosen one? What’s different about you as a contestant?
GS: A single word will justify this question- I’m – “Stupendofantabulousticallyfantastic” I was never the chosen one, but indeed I made myself to be the one.
TNV: How will winning the Mr India pageant will go to affect your life?
GS: Firstly – This prestige will put the biggest smile on my parents face. Secondly- It will open up doors for many hardworking talents in my historical city of Gates “Aurangabad”. Last but not least- I have a commitment to myself that 5 years down the line I’ll be working in a Hollywood movie with my idol “Dwayne The Rock Johnson “. Life changing facts.
TNV: What is your view a thought for cause camping of saving girl child how you will be educated to stop this in our country?
GS: The cause for spreading the importance is to give equal rights in education and equal rights in decision making within the family as well as society. And I believe empowering women is the most effective tool to save girl child and for that I am and I will do camping and will Share and frame success story of women, I believe this is the best way to encourage young girls and it will also help people change their perspective who still somewhere think women as a burden.