Actor Ravi Kishan's daughter: Ishita Shukla, the daughter of actor-turned-politician Ravi Kishan, is set to embark on a new chapter in her life as she joins the Defence Forces under the Agneepath scheme. This initiative, which has faced criticism in the past, aims to recruit Indian citizens for the Army, Navy, and Airforce, offering them an opportunity to serve in the armed forces for a period of four years.
Ravi Kishan proudly shared this news with his followers on social media, highlighting Ishita's commitment to her country and her role as a cadet in the '7 Girl Battalion' of the Delhi Directorate.
Ravi Kishan's daughter Ishita joins Defence Forces
Daughter of Ravi Kishan, Ishita Shukla has emerged as one of the prominent figures joining the Indian Defence Forces this year through the government's Agneepath scheme. At just 21 years old, Ishita has dedicated herself to honing her skills and proving her mettle to those who believe that children of politicians do not serve on the country's frontlines.
Prepared to serve her nation, Ishita will undergo rigorous training for six months, followed by a deployment period of 3.5 years, totaling a four-year tenure in the Indian military. Her decision to join the armed forces reflects her commitment to serve her country and contribute to its security.
Ravi Kishan's Family
Apart from Ishita Shukla, Ravi Kishan has three other children: Riva, Tanishk, and Saksham. Riva, following in her father's footsteps, aspires to pursue a career in acting. With training in filmmaking and acting, Riva has honed her skills in the United States and even had the privilege of being a part of Naseeruddin Shah's prestigious play group for nearly a year.
About Ravi Kishan
Ravi Kishan, a renowned actor in Bhojpuri cinema, has also made a mark in the Hindi film industry. With notable appearances in films such as "Phir Hera Pheri," "Welcome to Sajjanpur," "Mukkabaaz," "Kick 2," and "Batla House," Ravi Kishan has showcased his versatility and acting prowess. However, he now takes pride in his daughter Ishita's decision to serve the nation and contribute to the Defence Forces.