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Josh Talks - Hindi - Season 1

E14 Harshit Pandey

Health & Fitness • Motivational • Inspirational | 15 mins | 5+

CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

Hard work doesn’t pay off in one day. And not every struggle story can become a success story. One has to invest a lot of time, patience, and persistence to reach their goal. Such is the story of Harshit Pandey, a Delhi resident, who is a pro bodybuilder today and has well-known titles like The Iron Man Of India to his credit.

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Hard work doesn’t pay off in one day. And not every struggle story can become a success story. One has to invest a lot of time, patience, and persistence to reach their goal. Such is the story of Harshit Pandey, a Delhi resident, who is a pro bodybuilder today and has well-known titles like The Iron Man Of India to his credit.

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