SUSHANT DIVGIKR /
Sushant is an actor, singer, performer, model, and reality TV star. You may have seen him on Bigg Boss or looking straight fire on the covers of Vogue and Cosmo. He is also known as Rani Ko-HE-nur, India’s first drag queen. She has performed on several illustrious platforms including Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and as the opening act for RuPaul's Drag Race winner Violet Chachki.
Among Sushant’s several accolades, he was Mr. Gay India in 2014 and is part of Forbes Asia’s 30 under 30 Class of 2020. He is an activist for and icon of the LGBTQI community. Above all, he is unfailing kind and an inspiration to me and thousands of others.
Both Sushant and Rani Ko-HE-nur have made it, but not without their fair share of hurdles. From rejection and bullying to outright discrimination, they have overcome it all. Their story exemplifies grit, unrelenting determination, and an indomitable spirit.
In this episode, we will talk about self-confidence, overcoming failure and rejection, and taking a chance on yourself. We also talk about how to be a better ally of the LGBTQI community and participate in activism. Click below to listen to the full episode.