Being a curious boy from an early age, Rahul grew up in Aurangabad. Even though he liked reading novels like Lord of The Rings and Narnia, his parent’s wish was for him to become a doctor one day. This eventually led him to attend the Narayan Medical College and Hospital in the neighbouring city of Sasaram. But being a healer was not something that life set for him as Rahul’s dream was to create.
Create and write! And so he did. He knew it from the start that his heart doesn’t lie with medicine and after finally mustering up the courage to admit it to himself, and to his parents, he embarked on a completely different career path.
Slowly but surely, he ended up in Chennai, where he still lives today, where he started building his new career. He took a few odd jobs here and there, which eventually led him to an Editor’s position, which he performs every day with a huge smile on his face.
His favourite sport: Does fast reading count as a sport? No, cricket then I guess.
His biggest win: Having the courage to back up Ireland against England in 2011, when the guys from Ireland managed a miraculous 3 wicket win with 5 balls to spare.
His Biggest goal: Meet Gandalf and ask him how he defeated the Balrog.