People in the city

RJ Sufi made it to the Limca Book of Records in 2007 for RJing for 28 hours at a stretch. He currently hosts a three-hour show at Fever 104FM that focuses on school and college life, the latest happenings at Delhi University and around the city. The show also features a game, Bees Maar Khan, a superhit with the listeners. “RJing is fun, but comes with a lot of responsibility. You have to be very careful of what you say on air,” says Sufi. “The microphone is my first love and I love talking to it,” he adds.   

Home is in: Paschim Vihar
Native place: New Delhi it is...
School/college I attended: Saraswati Bal Mandir
I earn my living by: Playing and experimenting with music
I desire in a woman/man: Love for electronic music more than me
I appreciate most about my friends: Their support and hardcore belief in my work from the very beginning
If I could rename myself, it would be:  DeepStep
The cause I care for: Being Human
My worst nightmare: I am in a 777 plane party and the plane crashes in the middle of an ocean’s whirlpool and I lose all my gadgets and music.
How I want to die: I won’t mind dying if my worst nightmare comes true...
My present state of mind: Vacation in Las Vegas
My motto: You got to risk it, to get the biscuit
Facebook Friends at present: 1,816
I can’t do without: Blackberry, laptop, Sennheiser HD 25, ipad and my pendrives.
My biggest indulgence: My two dogs — Stud and  Myson.
I love to shop at: Beatport
Sexual preference: Straight
A book I’m reading right now: The Oath of the Vayuputras
I can’t stand: Odour and fake people
Beer or Wine: Wine
I love partying at: Goa
If not in India, I would live in: Argentina
A dish I can’t tolerate: Sushi
My wildest fantasy: Assisting, learning and working with Alexander Paul Coe aka DJ Sasha
My last regret purchase: A virgin mojito
I dream to be: Rewarded for my work from my biggest inspirations, Sasha and James Zabiela
My biggest misfortune would be: Being misrepresented
My heroes in real life: Honey Katiyal and Steve Jobs


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