Being a humble and hard-working man, he advised the students to strive to have an impact with hard work, and fame and fortune will follow. He shared that clearing the SSB exam in Bhopal is the best experience of his life, and the happiness of his parents and grandparents is the highlight of his life. Rannvijay has very strong family values. There nothing before Followed by this, he also advised the students to cherish every second with their family. Everything else comes second to family, as far as what’s important in life.
“Your passion cannot be to become famous,
you need to have realistic goals and work hard for them,
it will make you famous”
When asked how to deal with negativity, he said:Our students were curious to know about how to get more and make the most out of the opportunities in life. “In journalism and entertainment industry you get a chance to be around the best people in the field even if you are just a beginner, you don’t get that chance in any other field”, Rannvijay said. And we at JLU could not agree more, as we always strive to give our students innumerable opportunities to connect with the best people. Rannvijay shared that he has a lot of dreams and big expectations from the youth of India, but they need the right direction and exposure. He said:
“Don’t deal with negativity, just cut off negative people and avoid all negativities. Always focus on the positive people in your life. You don’t need negative people in your life.”
“The students of JLU are very privileged to get really good opportunities and must take the best out of it.”Being such a motivation for the youth, and Roadies lovers, he couldn’t have spared our students a taste of the Roadies, right? Rannvijay gave the task to our student Rashid to do special pushups and as he did them, the audience cheered their hearts out. All in all, the session was truly a delight. Enthusiastically moderated by Tanya Sadhwani and Amy Philip. Rannvijay enjoyed his time with JLU so much that he stayed for 90 minutes, which was way more than the designated time. This gesture is an honor for us at JLU. Towards the end of the show, Rannvijay said: “I hope to meet the youth at JLU on campus someday”, and thanked the faculty and students for attending the show. We at JLU look forward to seeing him live on campus as well! JLU Carnival is an ‘open for all’ event and will host six celebrities, the first session of which commenced with students interacting with renowned Kochi-based band ‘When Chai Met Toast’, for by the second event featuring Gaurav Kapoor. With this third event featuring Rannvijay Singha, JLU has raised the bar even higher. So, are you excited to know who’s next on JLU Carnival? Well, stay tuned to JLU’s website and social media to get the latest updates on the JLU carnival.