In a heartwarming announcement, the talented Ishita Shukla, daughter of actor-turned-politician Ravi Kishan, is set to embark on an incredible journey as part of the Defence Forces through the Agneepath scheme. This program, aimed at recruiting personnel for the Indian Army, Navy, and Airforce, allows youth to serve their country for a period of four years. Ravi Kishan proudly shared the news on his social media, expressing his joy and gratitude.
Netizens are applauding Ishita for choosing a different career path, showcasing her independent spirit despite hailing from a star-studded background. The decision to join the defence forces has garnered praise and admiration from all corners, with users expressing their support and appreciation for Ishita’s commitment to national service.
Netizens praise Ishita for choosing a different career path for herself despite being a ‘star kid’:
One user wrote, “Thank God, at least some actors kids still have the sense not to pursue acting or film industry. Good luck to her. Madhavan’s son is also very smart so is Madhuri’s son.” Another one said, “I think 1st ever politician whose child will serve the nation by joining defence.. India is CHANGING.” Someone mentioned, “Wow, Star Kid is joining Army! India badal raha hai!”
“Finally seeing politician children going to Defence first time,” a user said. Someone mentioned, “Good to see this considering the number of regressive roles he has done and also he kept trying for a son after having 3 daughters so yeah, kudos to the daughter !”
Ravi Kishan, known for his illustrious career in the Bhojpuri cinema, also shared insights into his other children’s aspirations. His daughter Riva, with a passion for acting, is set to follow in her father’s footsteps. Having received training in filmmaking and acting, Riva has honed her skills in America and has been a part of Naseeruddin Shah’s prestigious playgroup.
At 53 years of age, Ravi Kishan continues to shine brightly in both Bhojpuri and Hindi cinema. With an impressive filmography that includes notable titles like “Phir Hera Pheri,” “Welcome to Sajjanpur,” “Mukkabaaz,” “Kick 2,” and “Batla House,” Ravi Kishan has left an indelible mark on the industry.
The news of Ishita’s journey into the Defence Forces not only reflects her personal dedication but also represents a growing trend of politician’s children choosing to serve their nation through such noble endeavors. It’s a testament to the changing dynamics and the positive transformation taking place in India. We wish Ishita the best of luck in her new chapter, and may her inspiring choice pave the way for more remarkable individuals to contribute to the defense of our great nation.