• Positivity 100%
  • Hard Work 90%
  • Humility 95%
  • Confidence 80%

TOPICS COVERED :

Q1. Please brief our readers a little about yourself.

Q2. What has been your formal education and how did modelling & fashion come into the picture?

Q3. Tell us about your first ever modelling / acting gig.

Q4. Your profession is very glamorous and thus people only look at the bright side. Why don’t you throw some light on your struggling days?

Q5. You are also a Cosplayer. We would love to learn more about that.

Q6. How has the family support been so far? Does anyone question you about your profession?

Q7. Have people started noticing your work? What’s the response been like?

Q8. Could you give out some tips for someone who wants to pursue modelling and acting as a profession.

Q9. Tell us about a failure(s) and how you overcame it.

Q10. Lastly, how did 2017 treat you and what are your plans / goals for 2018?

Get to know the Featured Artist :

Ayendri Roy

Ayendri is a professional model and actress. She has worked for renowned brands like L’Oréal Professional India, Himalaya, Honor mobiles, etc.

Apart for modelling, she has recently stepped into the acting industry and has done some serials and films. She is also a Cosplayer and one of the early players in India.

For Collaborations : ayendri98@gmail.com

Q1. So excited to collaborate with you! The first time I heard you speak was an instant sign that I wanted you up on #InspireMe. Please brief our readers a little about yourself.

Ayendri – Hey! Thank you so much for making me a part of such a cool and inspiring interview session.

I am Ayendri Roy, I’m a professional model and actress. Well! I had started my journey at a very young age, I was just 17. Now am 19+, so within these 2 years, I have worked for some renowned brands like L’Oréal Professional India, Himalaya, Honor mobiles and many others. I am both print and ramp model.Then am into acting too. Currently I’m working for serials and films too.

I started my journey at the age of 17.

Q2. What has been your formal education and how did modelling & fashion come into the picture?

 

Ayendri – Well! I am a first year history honours student. I can say it’s my childhood dream to walk like a model on ramp and to do photoshoots with some famous photographers like Daboo Ratnani and Sourav Dua by experimenting with different expressions. I have grown up watching Diandra Soares, Sheetal Mallar, Bipasha Basu; I used to follow them like anything. So I think I was very sure that I will be a part of this industry in future and I think I was very confident about myself and my dreams from childhood. So I am here today as Professional model and actress, dignifying your questions with answers.

I was very confident about myself and my dreams from childhood.

Q3. You have bagged some pretty good projects at a pretty early age.

Tell us about your first ever modelling / acting gig.

 

Ayendri – My first ever project was with Keya Seth Exclusive and yep that also happened because of a coordinator I don’t remember his name now, but his nickname is Vicky. And my first big project was with Club Salon, which also happened because of my coordinator Ankita Mondal, she is a business woman now. I was really excited to work for such a great name for the first time. And if you ask me about my first acting project then I would like to thank Snehashish Chakraborty Sir for making me a part of his project ‘Adorini’.

I would like to thank Vicky, Ankita Mondal and Snehashish Chakraborty Sir for believing in me.

Q4. Your profession is very glamorous and thus people only look at the bright side. Why don’t you throw some light on your struggling days?

Ayendri – I agree with you our profession is very glamourous but it is very uncertain too.So I think for an actor or a model that “Struggling days” never ends, you always have to struggle to prove yourself better from others. So it’s the same case for me too when I started my career I struggled a lot I use to audition for 10 hours a day to get a good shoot. I sent my folios to different production houses and different coordinators to get a call for a shoot.

But during this phase and till today and also in future my mother was, is and I know will be the moral support

“Struggling days” never end, you always have to struggle to prove yourself.

How to find Courage?

Q5. You are a Cosplayer. We would love to learn more about that.

 

Ayendri – Yes, am a cosplayer.

I work for Virtualinfocom. I am always very thankful to Mr. Arijit Bhattacharya for making me a part of such an innovative idea, which is a very new thing here in our country atleast. I play the role of Shaina, a magical warrior. During my childhood days I was a fan of SPD power rangers or Mystic forces and I think it was also cause to say a big yes to this project.

Cosplay is a contraction of costume play. It’s like a hobby in which participants called as cosplayers, wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character. Since 1990s, it’s like a popular culture in Japan and some parts of Asia and in the western world. The term cosplay was coined in Japan 1984.

From early childhood, I was a fan of SPD power rangers & Mystic forces.

Q6. How has the family support been so far? Does anyone object about your profession?

 

Ayendri – Well, my family is a very supportive one; I have never heard that word ‘no’ from them. My parents never opposed any decisions of mine they always trust me. I always thank God for blessing me with such parents.

I have never heard a ‘NO’ from my parents.

Q7. Have people started noticing your work? What’s the response been like?

 

 

Ayendri – Yep, I think people like my work till today and I always get good responses and I think that inspire me to work hard.

People inspire me to work hard.

Q8. Could you give out some tips for someone who wants to pursue modelling and acting as a profession.

 

Ayendri – Sure, I would say that girls and guys who are dreaming to get into this industry, I will suggest you to keep yourselves fit and healthy, workout properly, work hard on your expressions, watch out YouTube videos to learn about ramp walks, Study about this industry, follow up works of some famous people and know about their struggles, this will inspire you people a lot.

Q9. Tell us about a failure(s) and how you overcame it.

 

Ayendri – I have faced many failures but never been into depression. I am always a very positive kind of a person. I knew how uncertain this Industry is. One-day you may have many linked up projects, money and fame and on the other day it may happen that you won’t have anything anymore. So I think my positive nature helps work hard and overcome odds.

Q10. Last but not the least, How did 2017 treat you and what re your Goals for 2k18 ?

 

Ayendri – I think 2017 was a great year for me; I got my first breaks both for serial and film. And yes I have so many plans for 2018, but I won’t share it now but yes I can say that I will work harder this year and would definitely try to grab good projects.

 I wish to work harder this year.

 Thank you Sonali for this opportunity.

KEYNOTE TAKEAWAYS :

  1. Keep yourselves fit and healthy
  2. Work hard on your expressions
  3. Learn from YouTube videos
  4. Study about this industry
  5. Follow the work of Successful people
  6. Be prepared for Struggles
  7. Be Confident about yourself and your Goals
  8. Stay Positive
  9. Be open to new projects
  10. Family support is very important

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