Ravi Dubey is an Indian television actor who has recently entered into the arena of motivational speaking.
Ravi Dubey talks about his career, his family and the path that led him where he is today.
He emphasizes on the importance of gratitude and delusion in a person’s life and how they help you maintain the optimum level of sanity and insanity inside yourself, which in one way or another, leads you to achieve something that is apparently “impossible”.
Many can grab the attention but only a few win the spotlight. One such personality is Ravi Dubey, a profound actor and a performer of his kind.
He has become a household name with his effortless acting, stupendous stage presence and alluring personality.
Having done all sorts of reality shows, stage shows etc, he has time and again proved his versatility as a performer. Apart from being an actor, he has a flair for dancing too.
Within just 10 years of his acting career, he has an unparalleled benchmark of his performance in shows like Saas Bina Sasural and Jamai Raja.
A civil engineer by qualification, he has worked in top management with many real estate organizations in Delhi/NCR Region.
Having the audacity to leave a well-settled life, he chose to be a man of significance by taking an unbeaten path, thus starting his journey from the scratch.
He has a tinge of quirkiness in his demeanour through his apt coming timing and is an engaging stage host too. He truly is a colossal storehouse.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Source: TedXTalks Youtube
Watch the video and listen to his inspiring words.
He began his acting career in 2006 with a parallel leading role in DD National TV show Stree… Teri Kahaani and followed it with roles in lesser successful shows like Doli Saja Ke(2007) and Yahan Ke Hum Sikandar (2007), before starring in popular family drama show Saas Bina Sasural (2010) and Jamai Raja(2014). Read more about him in Wikipedia
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