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VJ Juhi
The Record brings you all you need to know about Channel [V]’s newest face, VJ Juhi.


Name: Juhi Pandey

Age: 25

Star sign: Capricorn

Background: Studied in 10 schools and 3 colleges, travelling all over the country because her dad was in the Air Force.

Interests: Wants to do a lot of things including sky diving, pottery, learning how to dance well. In a nutshell, someone who just goes with the flow.

Previous jobs: 3 year diploma in hotel management, one year diploma in events, worked in two call centres for a year and a half, graduated in psychology, worked at Elite model management as a junior booker, handling advertising agencies, foreign bookings and fashion in Mumbai. Met Amar Deb from Channel V, who said she must audition because he thought she talked a lot!

Scariest moment being a VJ: At the Launch Pad concert - there was a big V in the front of the stage and Juhi was sure she was going to somehow fall off the edge! Needless to say, it didn’t happen.

We posed some neutral questions to Juhi and got you two types of responses – those she is most likely to give when she’s in a good mood and those you will hear when she’s feeling downright nasty.

Hey, how’re you doing?
Good Mood Juhi (GMJ): How you doing?! (like Joey from Friends)
Bad Mood Juhi (BMJ): Why do you want to know?!

Tell us about your tattoo.
GMJ: I have two tattoos – my astronomical sign on my lower back which I got done in Australia. It was excruciatingly painful! The one on my shoulder is ‘El, Soma, Dhruv, earth, wind, water, fire’, the seven elements of my life. El is what we call my dad, Soma is my mum, Dhruv is my brother. It’s written in a mirror image and I got it in London in 2004. It was not that painful and besides the tattoo artist was really cute. [Laughs]
BMJ: My tattoo says Horn Ok Please and India Is Great.

What is the craziest thing you’ve done?
GMJ: Random things like sneaking the car out with my brother, and aside from that, I went to London, met one of my friends, had no money, but we still decided to go to Edinburgh, took a really bad bus, stayed at a youth hostel and at night met this guy called Jonathan and broke open the fire escape, stole Scotland posters, sat on a ledge till five in the morning and just talked. It was great fun.
BMJ: I left for home from my job once at 5:30 instead of 6. It was wild. I was totally thrilled.

You can read the rest of our feature on VJ Juhi in the February 2005 issue of The Record Music Magazine available at your local newsagent.

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