Prableen Kaur Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue
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Prableen Kaur Bhomrah Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue

Prableen Kaur Bhomrah 

@prableenkaurbhomrah | Voice of Body Positivity

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

I was always the extracurricular kid, but my dad wanted me to get into civil construction. So, I ended up taking science. Then, I got a year-drop in my 3rd year of civil engineering. Because I come from a lower-middle-class family, I didn’t have money. So, I bought my first tripod with a little savings of ₹1000. I just had to do something of my own, or else I would’ve been married to someone after my degree. I thought I wanted to give my creativity a chance, so I started creating content on YouTube, but it wasn’t so consistent once I got in my last year. But right before lockdown, I started creating content on Instagram, and my #nofilterwithpkb content went viral. And the rest is history.

Q2. A fashion or skincare tip you would give to your younger self?

You won’t feel pretty just by putting on makeup or wearing pretty clothes. You need to start feeling pretty without all that. You need to be confident in your skin and body and not let others’ opinions affect you. You’re beautiful, and don’t let the bullies get to your head.  

Q3. An achievement you are super proud of?

The biggest one will always be posting my first ever #nofilterwithpkb picture. That feeling was the most liberating feeling ever. I remember crying at my first-ever beauty event because people were commenting on my skin. And I thought to myself, you cannot give anyone the power to make you feel like shit ever again. So I sat in my car howling and uploaded my picture with no filter. I felt free, brave, and so strong. If I hadn’t done that, I would never have been here.

Q4. Why is self-love important, and how should one do it?

Self-love is important because before people appreciate you or comment on you, you need to truly be happy, content, and comfortable with your body. You need to sit with yourself in silence and feel beautiful. So, no matter how your skin is or how your body is, working on it will always be a priority, but loving yourself in that journey from the beginning is a bigger priority.

Q5. What other creators do you enjoy watching

I love watching many genres, including skincare, fashion, lifestyle, and even comedy. I love seeing my friends Shreemayi, Shalini Kutti, and Michu, and I even love Niki Mehra’s content.

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

Firstly, happy anniversary Exhibit!  I finally feel there’s been acceptance. Especially in the beauty industry, where everything was filtered and airbrushed, we’re seeing no filter today, and I’m so glad we’ve made a difference in that. There’s been honour given to the industry like never before. This career is finally being taken seriously, and we no longer have to explain it to people. I’m so honoured to have been a part of this for 6/7 years. I wouldn’t have had it any other way.


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