“My duty to my nation is more important than any modelling assignment,” says model-turned-doctor, Gaurav Sharma
“My duty to my nation is more important than any modelling assignment,” said a model-turned-doctor from Haryana. Earlier this year, Dr. Gaurav Sharma won Mr. North India title at India’s biggest male pageant held in Goa. After winning this prestigious modelling competition, he resumed his duty at the hospital that he works at, citing his presence is much needed in the hospital than in front of a camera for photo shoot.
Reportedly, the winner of Rubaru Mr. North India 2020-21 title, Gaurav Sharma has chosen to put a pause on his modelling career as the nation is seeing high numbers of COVID-19 infected patients. His this noble decision was appreciated by the modelling agency – Rubaru Group that manages him, and they have mentioned that Dr. Gaurav Sharma could return to them whenever he wants. The doors of Rubaru Mr. India organization would always remain open for him.
In a statement after his victory, he mentioned, “It was a great experience winning the prestigious title of Mr. North India at India’s biggest and most celebrated beauty pageant – Rubaru Mr. India, however, now is not the time for me to celebrate my victory when my nation is going through a very difficult phase. My career as a model can wait but currently my services as a doctor are much needed and as an Indian doctor, it is my paramount duty and responsibility to help my nation. My duty to my nation is much more important than any modelling assignment.”
Often referred to as the most handsome doctor in India, Gaurav Sharma began his journey as a model while he was pursuing his degree in MBBS. After qualifying as a medical practitioner, he chose to work as a full time doctor and continued modelling as a part time profession. Due to the ongoing situation, he diverted his complete attention to his medical practice while putting hold on his modelling career. His move was greatly appreciated by his co-models at Rubaru Mr. India organization and the vice president of Rubaru Mr. India pageant, Pankaj Kharbanda.