New Delhi: Priyanka Gandhi and Robert Vadra’s son Rehan Rajiv Vadra has put on his photography the first exhibition of photographs taken by him in the capital Delhi. Along with this, Rehan has also launched his own picture book named “Dark Perception”. On this occasion, Rehan Rajiv Vadra spoke EXCLUSIVE to ABP News correspondent Ashish Kumar Singh and said that mother Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, father Robert Vadra and maternal uncle Rahul Gandhi always encouraged him for photography. Rehan told that his maternal uncle Rahul Gandhi supported him a lot in organizing this exhibition and helped him the most in this.
Rehan said, “I was fond of photography since childhood, mother also loved photography and in childhood I used to do a lot of photography in the jungles. Later when I went to Dehradun’s Doon School for studies, I was in school as well. He used to do street photography”. Rehan told that in the year 2017, he got hurt during a game, after which Rehan was not able to do photography for some time.
When Rehan took a resolution on the new year…
20-year-old Rehan says that “In the year 2019, while studying in school in London, I wanted to stand on my own feet and not take money from my parents and want to earn my own expenses. Then I took New Year’s resolution. And decided to start professional photography and started taking pictures.At that time I used to eat only two sandwiches a day in London.
Rehan says that “I wanted the subject to be such that touches people, Dark Perception is the result of my artistic passion. I believe Darkness is freedom and Perception is a prison. Rehan is currently doing some studies along with his studies. Handles social media of companies and their photos are available for sale on their website raihanrvadra.com.
Finally, on politics, Rehan Rajiv Vadra told ABP News that “I am currently studying in a college in London, where my subject is politics, but at the moment it is only a subject of study for me”.
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