Ankita Sehgal Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue

Ankita Sehgal Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue

ankita sehgal interview for exhibit anniversary issue

Ankita Sehgal 

@sahigal.ankita | Made Rishu a Household name

Q1. How did @sahigal.ankita come into the world of content creation?

I started my content creator journey with absolute luck. I didn’t think I planned on becoming one because I loved being in the back end. I never wanted the attention and everything. I was working at a radio station. I used to write. I was a copywriter, and I was a show producer. I remember writing videos for my RJs when celebrities visited our office. I thoroughly enjoyed my job. After I had left my job, I started writing for iDiva as a scriptwriter, and then fate kicked me to make the videos.

Q2. From all the characters you play, who is your personal favourite?

I think my favourite character is School ki Bhabhi because I think it was the first character I ever came up with, and it helped me gain a lot of fame. 

Q3. Pick one, Delhi or Mumbai?

Anyday, Delhi, only for food and roads.

Q4. How do you make sure your content stays fresh?

I  make sure I dont get bored of the characters I’m playing, but unfortunately, sometimes people like the characters that you’re getting bored of as a creator. So, you must write stories and make content that your audiences will not get bored of.

Q5. What other creators do you enjoy watching

I’m a big fan of cringe content, and I can watch it endlessly, but if you ask me about contemporary creators, then I love the works of @dharnaaaaa and @gorgeouspotaahto. In terms of art-based content, I like @neha.doodles.

Q6. As we look back on Exhibit’s 18-year anniversary, how do you see the content creation journey has evolved over the years?

Over the years, content creation has changed the world. Today, everybody believes that they have a creator in them, which is a wonderful thing. We have a huge number of content creators out there, and I am really looking forward to seeing what more comes out of this space.

Related posts

Transforming Tradition: An Interview with Smitha Jyotsna, Marketing Director of 'I was a Sari'


Capturing the Future with Sajjan Kumar, Managing Director of Nikon India


 Disha Madan Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue


Sukriti Chaturvedi Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *