Interview with Ridhima Bhatia

Interview with Ridhima Bhatia
Interview with Ridhima Bhatia

Interview with Ridhima Bhatia: Ridhima Bhatia is a Fashion, Lifestyle, and Food content creator from Delhi. She is currently pursuing her graduation in Journalism and also an English teacher. We had a great discussion while Interview with Ridhima Bhatia.

Amar Ajnalkar: Tell our readers about yourself?

Ridhima Bhatia: My name is Ridhima Bhatia, and I’m an influencer and an English teacher. I am also pursuing my final year, Bachelor of Journalism, and Mass Communication. I’m from New Delhi. I am 21 years old and have the soul of a teenager. I am proud to be an extrovert. I am a learner, dreamer, and want to cross the sky limits. 

Amar Ajnalkar: How did you come up with the name for your Instagram account?

Ridhima Bhatia: Well, that’s an easy guess. My name is Ridhima Bhatia and My birth date is 20 October. Which is my lucky date? So my username is “Ridhimabhatia20”. I never went for some quirky usernames. 

Amar Ajnalkar: What is the best thing about being an influencer?

Ridhima Bhatia: The best thing about being an influencer is the ‘praising’ that my social media followers gave me. Apart from that, I met very cool people, and be friends with them. Probably the most powerful thing about an influencer is to learn how to accept myself and be proud of who I am with all the good and bad habits every single day. We all have little or big insecurities we live with so overcoming those and exposing myself to the world takes courage and a strong belief in myself. I will always keep striving to be the best version of myself.

Amar Ajnalkar: What is the best collaboration experience that you have done with a brand?

Ridhima Bhatia: The best collaboration that I have done is “Dominos India”. I’m a person who has an intense love for and interest in food, seeking out new food experiences whenever the opportunity presents itself. 

Amar Ajnalkar: How many hours a day do you work and hows your daily schedule?

Ridhima Bhatia: I don’t really schedule my time as there are no fixed number of hours and if I talk about the daily schedule, its full of excitement. I wake up, attend college, create content, and then editing, posting. Sometimes I wake up till midnight.

Amar Ajnalkar: Is the influencer profession affected your family life? if yes then how?

Ridhima Bhatia: Yes, but in a good way. Yes! My parents are happy to see the confidence of me. They are really proud of whatever I’m doing.

Amar Ajnalkar: What motivates you in life?

Ridhima Bhatia: There are lots of things that motivate me that are learning new things, coming up with creative ideas. I really love being productive, including my days off. I love collaborating and accomplishing big things as a part of a team, and that’s what drives me to do my best each day.

Amar Ajnalkar: What are your favorite books or movies related to your niche?

Ridhima Bhatia: Well, I have read lots of books. But my favorite book is “GOALS”- by Brain Tracy. This book presents a simple, powerful, and effective goal setting. This book has something extraordinary. This book has really made me look at my goals differently. This book is always worth my time. 

Amar Ajnalkar: What surprising lessons have you learned while influencing?

Ridhima Bhatia: Surprising lessons I have learned while influencing is that firstly people will make fun of you, your pictures and videos, your content. But after some time they will come to you and ask how did you make it so far?

Amar Ajnalkar: Top 3 skills required to become a successful influencer.

Ridhima Bhatia: Consistency, honest opinions, and smart-hard work

Amar Ajnalkar: Hows your experience with Amar Ajnalkar?

Ridhima Bhatia: This was an amazing and great session. I really loved it and you’re doing really great. Thank you so much for this overwhelming experience.

Amar Ajnalkar: Two lines for our reader.

Ridhima Bhatia: Be consistent. You will not get success overnight. You should be passionate, it means to have a hunger to learn more. To stay up to date with the latest trend. And yes be humble with everyone, as partnership always works.

Amar Ajnalkar