Chandigarh, Feb 3, 2011: “What ever you study is anyway going to be handy, even if you switch to a career of your inner passion” opens up
Joe Baath before Aerika Singh, student reporter, TheIndiaPost. Already popular with all age groups alike, for his small screen appearance on
highly popular shows ranging from Master Chef India, TNA wrestling to Mera Rangla Punjab, this mechanical engineer from Australia requires
no formal introduction. “I was attracted to the glamour world like any other youngster, but I never had let my passion come between my
likings and engineering studies” shares Joe Baath, adding a word of caution “the basic professional degree surely provides for the social
security, and a must before stepping into highly risky profession of anchoring, modeling and the alike”
On his stint at Master Chef India on Star TV, Joe sounded delighted on having discovered another talent inside him, Food Design. “I want to
research and start up an ethnic Punjabi Joint to promote the Punjabi food and may even like to use the techniques used in Punjab of
yesteryears” adds Joe Baath with an air of excitement. An ardent reader with a habit of experimenting with everything around, Joe
Baath, feels that reality shows takes much of the liberty of life away during that period, where you have no access to outside world, no
phones, no SMS, no twitter, no facebook, no television. “How will I satiate my FaceBook page fans, being disconnected for so long, so no
more reality shows” feels Joe Baath.
As a word of advice for the younger generation he says “studies are equally necessary for a wholesome development of person, but instead
of running after pre-thought of career options, just keep experimenting and let your instincts discover what you are best at.” “
Nothing can come between you and your success, once you are passionate about what you do!” adds this Chandigarh born, Gurgaon resident.
Let us all join together to pray for his father, who is recovering from Coma at PGI these days.