Fkn’ Hotties – Ruvi Bazaz
We’ve got another FKN Hottie for you this week. Coming from Sacramento, California we’ve got a East Indian hottie by the name of Ruvi Bazaz. Get to know how Ruvi started out in the modeling industry as well see some of her latest photos!
Name: Ruvi Bazaz
Nationality: East Indian
Hometown: Boston, MA
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
So tell us about a little about yourself?
- I’m one of the most ambitious people you will ever meet. I’m extremely self-motivated and goal-oriented. I carry myself with class and always stay true to who I am. My passions include modeling, traveling and fitness. I also recently graduated with my Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies with a Marketing minor, so I’m not JUST a pretty face.
How did you get into modeling & how long have you been modeling for?
- I actually started modeling when I was 16…so seven years ago. It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was a young girl so I did some research, started booking shoots and jobs and here I am today! It was more of a hobby in the beginning because my focus was graduating high school and then college, but now it has become a full-time career for me.
What do you like the most about modeling?
- There are so many things I love and appreciate about the modeling industry. Photo shoots are probably my favorite part. I love getting together with a team and making a vision come to life. Also… the people! I’ve met so many amazing people who have all taught me something very valuable along the way, and if it weren’t for modeling we probably would have never crossed paths. It’s amazing how many talented and inspirational people you come across, all with their own distinct style and artistic capabilities. I’m a creative person and modeling is my art and a way to express myself. It’s exhilarating to be a part of an industry in which everyone is pursuing their passions and following their dreams. Like the saying goes: “Choose a job that you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
What was your most embarrassing moment while modeling?
- Hmm…nothing comes to mind. I’m silly and easygoing so if something embarrassing did happen I’d just laugh at myself and then continue on.
What’s the worse or most unprofessional thing that a photographer has done during a photo shoot?
- Fortunately I haven’t had any experiences that were too crazy… I’m very selective of who I work with and make sure I get references first so that I’m shooting with people who have a mutual vision.
What have been your highlights in your modeling career?
- Being published! It’s been one of my goals since I started. And definitely the relationships you build with other like-minded individuals.
What part of your body attracts the most attention?
- I’d say my backside. I get compliments from both males and females on it. I am proud of my natural curves.
What is one feature you wish you had more of?
- I’m sure everyone wants to change something about themselves, but I try to make the best of what I have and count my blessings.
What’s the quickest way to your heart?
- Someone who can make me laugh no matter the situation.
Do you have a quote that you live by?
- Tons! I love uplifting quotes. Here is one of my favorites: “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.” I also like: “Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the triumph. Success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, becoming all that we can be.”
Worst thing someone has done to get your attention?
- I’d say an awkward way to get my attention was when someone was trying to get my number while we were driving next to each other. He kept speeding up next to me, pointing to his phone and smiling as if I was really about to pull over to give him my number. Geez lol.
If you had one wish what would it be and why?
- If I told you it might not come true!
What is a recurring fantasy that you have had?
- To travel the world and live abroad for a while to experience a new culture and learn more about myself. Also to be successful in my own terms and reach all my goals with modeling…I have high expectations for myself and won’t stop until I get there!
If you could be any superhero who would it be and why?
- Wonder Woman because she represents the strength of a woman and promotes equality between men and women.
In fire what would you save makeup/shoes/purses (only choose one & why)?
- There are more important things to save if there was a fire – things that are irreplaceable like old photographs and maybe a token that was given to you by someone you care about. I’ve never been big on expensive handbags and blowing money on materialistic things…plus, if there was a fire, all those items can be easily replaced.
What is something your parents don’t know about you?
- They definitely know a lot about me… I’m really close with my family.
Can you fight, or are you the one who all the girls beat up and grab by the hair?
- I carry myself with class and fighting is extremely unclassy to me. I wouldn’t lower myself to that level. With that being said, I have never been in a fight.
How did you hear about FKN Famous an what do you think of it?
- I was contacted for a feature but I had heard of FKN Famous beforehand. They promote talent in Northern California which is where I was raised and currently live. Much love and respect to FKN Famous Mag. Thank you for this opportunity. I see big things in your future.
Aside from modeling, what is your number one goal?
- To support my parents. Words can’t describe all that they’ve done for me.
Any last words to your supporters and future fans?
- I love interacting with my fans on FB and Twitter. Thank you for your support and encouragement – it means the world to me. I appreciate the love! Also, shout out to all the talented photographers I’ve worked with over the years as well as my friends and family for the constant support. Thank you all for believing in me.
Photo credits to the awesome photographers : Charlie Couch, Rummy Makmur, Michael Blackmon and Edwin RivasTweet
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