Keivan Poonoosamy Exclusive Interview – ‘Always Deal With Stressful Situations In a Calm And Collected Manner’
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Keivan Poonoosamy was recently interviewed by TheCelebrity.Online Magazine and below is the Q&A session we had with him.

How do you introduce yourself and profession?

My name is Keivan, a previous Computer science student. I now follow my passion for videography and writing with a lot more concentrated attention as I believe it is the path I was born to follow.

Childhood to Adulthood – How was the transition from your childhood into adulthood/teenage and what good and bad things you remember?

My transition into adulthood was exceptionally swift, it was mostly catalysed by the stress of moving from my home country of Mauritius to the UK whilst being 6 years old. This followed by my parents’ divorce shortly after arriving in the country allowed for an accelerated transition into adulthood. It wasn’t all bad though, I remember I used to go and see my dad every Sunday to watch mine and his favourite movies. In hindsight, I can only be grateful for my swift transition as it moulded me into the man I am today.

Struggle – What hardships you faced during your life?

I have faced and overcome many hardships in my life, however, the one that stands out amongst the rest has to be when I got attacked and stabbed by a group of hooligans due to “Mistaken identity”. A group of 4 men came up to me whilst I sat in my parked car, in 20 minutes they have broken my glasses, my car door and they have also stabbed me in the side of the leg. Eventually, they decided to run for it, with adrenaline and the sheer will to live I managed to hold my stab wound as well as the swinging open car door whilst using the wheel and the gear stick to drive to my flat where I collapsed and the ambulance was called. Its been a year and a half now, after a lot of self healing both mentally and physically, I am back to being the joyous young man with a spark for life.

Things that people usually don’t know about you?

I am a bit of a Chess fanatic, I play everyday and I have done since Sixth Form. I am also currently writing a non-fiction book inspired by the assault incident that transpired, the book is heavily inspired by the philosophical structure provided by Greek Philosophers in their own works such a Plato or Diogenes. I haven’t told anybody but It is currently halfway completed. Also, I have held a burning passion for cinematography/videography since studying Film / Media studies in Sixth, since then I have attempted to make my own short films / adverts to get my name out there.

What makes you unique from your competitors in the industry and life?

I believe that my life experience may separate me from my competitors as I believe that when you acquire a certain amount of life experience, irrespective of it being good or bad, it begins to show in the way you hold yourself, your speech, your charisma and even your eyes. This is the unique attribute I will bring to the table and it will show much more prominently on camera as opposed to my competitors.

What are the major Upcoming Events & Unforgettable Moments or products/services that you want to promote/inform our readers about?

As a programming man myself, It would only be right to inform you of a new programming language which could potentially change many young futures. The language is called Mojo, built on python to be a more efficient and rapid when working on / with A.I Technology. The reason I feel the need to talk about this is because I believe this is a great opportunity for anybody who has any interest in programming to jump onto the A.I Bandwagon and ride it to success as the industry continually grows.

What are your diet preferences, physical appearance, sizes and measurements?

I mostly follow the more carnivorous diet as I do enjoy meat, however I am a big fan of vegetarian meals and do enjoy alternating between a vegetarian meal or a carnivore meal.

Physical appearance stats: 6ft 2 / 186cm Brown, Mauritian Male, 87kg, Toned/Slim Muscly, Broad Shoulders, Trimmed beard.

What Expert Advice would you like to share with the readers about professional and social field of life?

I would say that, in my opinion, being able to receive and interpret stressful situations in a calm and collected manner is a key skill to master. Remember, stress is nothing more than a type of energy within you, science teaches us that energy cannot simply be created nor destroyed but rather transferred. If energy can only be transferred, find a way to transfer that stress into an energy that will benefit you and your health.

Social Media Platform:

Instagram: @keivan.smhh