Life of a model is a dream of every human, dating hot celebrities, traveling the world and getting adored by famous fashion designers, but a career like modeling never compromises. With over-hectic schedules to heavy work-out plans, one cannot throw light on any other thing. Even after hundreds of auditions, success is not guaranteed. But what if you get a perfect rich life of a model, and suddenly you are taken away from everything? Strange? But that’s what happened to this man.
Yes, this great man is Inder Bajwa who left his successful modeling career to give a hand of help. Like not all the hero wear capes, this man just wore humanity to become a hero to the society. And what he did for the youngsters of Punjab will give you urge to shed tears. His journey starts from the 90s, when he escaped his village Bajwa Kalan to become a superstar, but leaving all his fame and career, he returned home.
But what made him leave his career will keep you numb for hours, read below to know.
Inder Bajwa, a role model for thousands
Inder Bajwa belongs to a small village in Jalandhar district which is barely known to any of us, but now, this man has reached all the heights of success. He was a face to one of the most loved brands, ‘Raymond: The Complete Man’ for which proud is an understatement. Starting from the 90s, this man ruled the fashion industry for almost a decade.
But, he had some other plans.
He was reaching skies, then what made him take his steps back? The turning point was when his cousin brother, the son of his maternal aunt, ended his life due to drug abuse. The kid was 17-year-old, and this was a huge shock to Inder and his family. After his cousin’s disastrous death due to drugs, he determined himself to save as many lives as he can.
This is the time when Inder knew what he has to do.
Almost every family loses at least one male member under drug abuse in Punjab, and the place has already turned a depressing news issue since a long time. Inder stated that, “The politicians will talk about it and get votes, films will show it and make money, but no one is doing anything about it.” So, he started his revolt against helplessness.