If you could become an expert in any field, which one would you choose?

What’s your first choice of musical instrument to play?

I already play Guitar… but would love to learn how to play Piano, Violin and Veena

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I’ve always wanted to be a great chess player.

And to be a great photographer.

And to have a great collection of large prints of great works of art.

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Yeah, but I still have a long journey ahead of me to become an expert :smiling_face_with_tear:

Do you have any knowledge of Chess as of now? Have you taken part in any local competition?

I have always wanted to become No.1 tennis player in the world. I’m 25 now and don’t think that would be possible anymore.

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I play v’s the PC but I can’t see more than a move or two ahead.

Have you been doing it for a while?

What kind of art are you most interested in collecting?

Oh, I’ve always wanted to learn the violin too. I haven’t heard of the Veena before.

I googled this instrument, and it says it’s one of India’s oldest instruments.


I think 25 is not too late! Some people have achieved success well into their late 20s and even 30s!

That’s ok! What’s your favorite subject to capture? Maybe you could also share some of your work with us!

Been taking photos for years and years but I don’t take many. Maybe because I don’t really like looking at my own photos.

I like the classic fine artworks - impressionism, Flemish and Dutch masters, Turner. I am lucky enough to have actually seen some of the greatest paintings ever produced. I’m in London next week and may see some more.

This is sport. Before i could get a chance to complete at the Grand Slam, age would have catch up on me. Sport is not something you do forever, and the best age to retire which is 35 minus mine is just 10yrs difference.

Still moving from one job to another alone withelds me from going back to training.