Tejasswi Prakash Wanted To Be A Pilot Just To Travel The World

by Ananya Singh
Tejasswi Prakash Wanted To Be A Pilot Just To Travel The World

Tejasswi Prakash has been a television artist for more than ten years, but her participation in Bigg Boss 15 rocketed her to popularity. Not only did she take part in the reality show, but she also took home the award for that season. In an interview with Curly Tales for the Tere Gully Mein episode, Prakash discussed her love for food, her childhood goals, and how she completely changed her career from engineering to acting with our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani. But do you know what Tejasswi Prakash wanted to be when she was a kid? Read more to find out.

Tejasswi Prakash Wanted To Be A Pilot

We all know Tejasswi took up engineering as a profession before she entered showbiz. But since she wasn’t interested in the degree, she decided to pursue aeronautical engineering in the future. It was to become a pilot in the future. She says, “The aim was always to travel. So I wanted to be a pilot, so I get to travel the world.” For someone with six passports and on their seventh, it is imperative that being a pilot is what would’ve fueled her passion if not acting. In our fiery chat, she expressed how she is a frequent flyer and a local Mumbai train person. 

Naagin 6 Actress On Mumbai Local Trains

Tejasswi Prakash Wanted To Be A Pilot Just To Travel The World
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When Kamiya asks Tejasswi how she used to travel during her school days, she answers, “Trains. Always local trains. And it used to be such a task. So I used to live in Goregaon and travelled to Borivali and Dadar for classes all the time.” The actress feels local trains are incredibly tiring during Mumbai rains. Thapak, thapak. Well, that’s how she recalls mud going against her slippers. The muddy jeans, umbrella and raincoat to carry was a task that she definitely hated.

The actress is constantly shocked when someone from outside comes and says, “Oh, I love Mumbai rains.” Because Mumabikars know how they’re never like that, right? Anyone born and brought up in Mumbai has never romanticised the rain. Have you ever had your head outside kali peeli during Mumbai rain, though? Well, yes or no, both Kamiya and Tejasswi can at least agree that Mumbai locals save a lot of time!

To know more about what cafes Tejasswi Prakash hops into and her childhood stories, watch the video linked above!

Also Read: Not Frequent Flyer, Tejasswi Prakash Was A Frequent Local Train Traveller | Curly Tales

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