Pay­all Gupta

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How do you bal­ance your per­sonal life

That’s my pri­or­ity. I’m al­ways in awe of giv­ing at­ten­tion to my fam­ily first and then comes my work and friends with­out whose sup­port I don’t stand where I’m to­day.

It’s im­por­tant to give one hour to your­self every­day do­ing what you like hence I go to cross­fit to let my anger, frus­tra­tion fade away. Work­out is my pas­sion and im­por­tant need of the day.

I love try­ing dif­fer­ent cuisines and when I’m low on en­ergy, food keeps me pepped up.

I love trav­el­ling and I don’t miss any chance to do so.

I love pam­per­ing my closed ones and this does keep my life ex­cit­ing and busy. So for a bal­anced life - fun, hard work, ded­i­ca­tion, pas­sion, sup­port and love of oth­ers, is all what you need and I’m blessed to have that.

One of your guilty plea­sures

Mid night munch­ing and spend­ing money on lux­ury with­out even think­ing twice (even if I have to beg bor­row steal for it :)


Look­ing back, can you tell us about your great­est high­lights so far?

Toni & Guy launch in In­dia in 2007 Jan (best work and suc­cess­ful lunch) ▶ ▶ And PVR bluo gift cards launch (com­plete my

con­cept) ▶ ▶ Sky div­ing in Aus­tralia in 2008 Feb (over come

that fear) ▶ ▶ Mar­ry­ing a baniya (be­ing a baniya) trust me for an in­de­pen­dent woman ,it takes a lot to get into an­other Baniya fam­ily but mine is sim­ply the best when it comes to Cul­ture, Love and bond, Free­dom and main­tain­ing my in­di­vid­u­al­ity.


What ad­vice would you give to young women who want to fol­low a sim­i­lar path as you?

There are no short cuts and every­day is a chal­lenge, so gear up every­day and tell your­self, it’s who who has to take the plunge.

What is the big­gest way in which you see women help­ing women reach em­pow­er­ment?

Sup­port and Love

Which Key char­ac­ter­stics do you see a fe­male leader hav­ing?

Vi­sion is the key, abil­ity to lis­ten to oth­ers and dic­tate with a right at­ti­tude!

Fu­ture Your plans for the fu­ture?

I am an en­tre­pre­neur. My dream is to do some­thing re­lated to kids and I am al­ready work­ing to­wards it. I Want to be known as a woman of Sub­stance!

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