Rocky Singh is an author, and an anchor well known for his work is a co-author in “Highway on My Plate”. He was born in Maharashtra, India. He completed his schooling in his town, and for his college, he moved to Bangalore. He was a book lover and loved to read books. He always took part in newspaper reading competitions and other competitions such as Debate and declamations.
He used to win them. Apart from co-curricular he was also good at his studies and used to score top grades at his school. He was also into drama and acting club of his school. He was a great actor as a kid, and took part in many skits and street plays. He was an all-rounder and his teachers used to praise him. He won various awards at inter-school level drama competitions. While he was in his school, he spent most of his time reading, and when he completed his schooling, he decided to do further studies in Mass Media and Communication.
To pursue his studies, he moved to Bangalore. While he was studying in college education, he decided to do a part-time job as a radio jockey. Rocky Singh was interviewed for a job as a radio jockey and got selected. He along with his friend Mayur, co-authored two volumes of a book, named- Highway on My Plate: the guide to Indian Roadside Eating. Alongside Highway on My Plate, they also co-authored a famous TV show, Jai Hind. According to the TV show, their book has won Best in World at the Gourmand World Cook Book Awards in the year 2012 and 2014 respectively.
According to the show, the first book was the best seller, while the second one was facing a hard time reaching the heights the first volume reached. Later, they co-authored a book named Indian Street Food. In this book, they told the readers about their adventure on how they looked up for best recipes that nurture the stomach of the nation. This book shows the country’s culinary wealth along with its world-famous culture and the people.
Now, Rocky Singh is writing another book along with Mayur Singh, named Managing Success, and Some Seriously Good Food. The book is all about them, teaching Business Theory for the last twenty years and their food show has reached to its 300th episode and how did they accomplish this success?