“Social Impact Influencer of the Year” Kusha Kapila praises Smriti Irani for her “grace”.

NDTV Indian Of The Year:

Picture of Kusha Kapila receiving the award

New Delhi:

Actor, social influencer and content creator Kusha Kapila received the ‘Social Impact Influencer of the Year’ award at the NDTV Indian of the Year event held in New Delhi on Saturday. He received the award from Union Minister Smriti Irani. Recalling the influence of Smriti Irani’s iconic character Tulsi ((because a mother-in-law is always a daughter-in-law) About her family, Kusha said, “12-15 people in our family used to cry when Tulsi would cry on TV. Our neighbors would ask what happened.” Kusha, who hails from Delhi, dedicated her award to her parents who allowed her to pursue her dreams with agencies. Kusha said, “I started creating content at 28 after working for seven years. I feel there is nothing better than being your true self. Social media allows me to be my true self.”

However, Kusha got the biggest compliment from Smriti Irani. Smriti Irani, who follows Kusha on Instagram, said that she wins every battle with grace. On the sidelines of the event, Kusha engaged in a fun game with NDTV’s Arun Singh. She was asked to answer the following names in one word. Kusha’s answers were – Zeenat Aman – Excellent, Election 2024 – Prediction, Ipl – Fun, Sunidhi Chauhan – Queen. See here:Latest and breaking news on NDTV

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Kusha Kapila has acted in films like Ghost Stories, Selfie, Sukhi, Thank You for Coming. She has acted in web series like Masaba Masaba, Kes To Banata Hai, Social Currency.

Speaking at the NDTV Indian of the Year, Hon’ble Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar was the Chief Guest, along with other dignitaries including Union Ministers Hardeep Puri, Ashwini Vaishnav and Smriti Zubin Irani. The event featured some of the biggest names in entertainment, politics, business, sports and culture. This year the theme of the event was “India – A Transformative Power”. These awards have consistently honored India’s heroes, famous or unseen, for their extraordinary contribution to society.

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