Here is yet another story of a Mumbaikar who stepped into Mumbai 8 years ago when he was 18 with a dream in his eyes and full of energy and enthusiasm to achieve. A dream to be the next dan Bilzerian, a dream to be an actor. Born on February 1, 1994, Mr. Ayush Khatri grew up in the city of Prayagraj, formerly known as Allahabad. Prayagraj stands on the site of ancient Prayag, a holy city comparable to Varanasi and Haridwar.
Prayag’s importance in the ancient Buddhist period of Indian history is confirmed by the inscriptions on a pillar attributed to the 3rd century Mauryan Emperor Ashoka. The pillar – believed to have been erected in a nearby place and moved to Prayagraj in Mughal times – still stands in the gate to the old Prayagraj Fort, strategically located at the confluence of the two rivers.
Yet another enthusiast with spirituality and disposition in blood and simplicity and mindfulness in nature. Someone who believes in simple living and high thinking. Mr. Ayush has made himself very skilled by his amazing skills. like everyone else or perhaps as many people he likes to travel as well, he believes that fitness and health should always be an individual’s top priority. With an experience of over 8 years, he still believes himself to be a fresher and makes the same efforts as he did when he was just 18. he had done his best to make his various appearances on Channel V Distraction, Agent Raghav for & tv and has worked for 93.5 red fm. no one prefers to be asked about their weakness, but on this asking Mr. Ayush said watching the poor people who are hungry and the fact that they are homeless is his weakness, but then I feel no, but it is a power because it is directly related to the strong blessing they give. Aside from the desire to become a successful actor, he also focuses on and is involved with many social operating companies and communities to ask for his contribution to society to date, he refused to make it count because something that can be counted on his fingers, but he believes the blessings he deserves and its contents are innumerable and the most important thing is finally there is happiness. Because social work is a thing he does not do for publicity, but because he knows the value of money and life. By interviewing him, he not only knew about him, but he also understood humanity and even after he was part of this competitive world, how he had managed to work on himself and society. Mr Ayush is truly an inspiration to the youth and we wish him the best of luck and his well-being.
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