Sushant Divgikar ‘Pills the Beans on Drag | Vitamin Stree
Usually people are scared of what they don’t know and they’re therefore phobic. And, there will be people that want to define Drag in a certain way But like where have you graduated from? Some drag university? That I’m not aware of. I’m Sushant Divgikar and I’m here to spill the beans on Drag. There’s been this misconception that Drag is just for gay men. That’s absolutely false. You could be gay, straight, bi, trans, Man, woman, anything in between, and still do Drag. It’s a lot of effort. We take like about two hours to just paint our faces, sometimes. And then get ready, and then the wigs, and there’s just so much, to it. I think my Drag persona is like the biggest illusion. Sushant would like to talk to someone like Rani. But Rani just doesn’t give a fuck. Rani just gets on stage, slays, goes back to the room, and rests. She’s just like regal, and very pageant-ish. Also sometimes sort of slutty. She doesn’t have the best body. She’s not like a Sports Illustrated model. But like she’s comfortable with her body. And she just wears whatever she wants to wear. Becoming Rani-Ko-He-Nur of course fulfils all my fantasies. Also I get all the boys to the yard. I think Fashion to Rani means that you have to be comfortable in what you wear. If you think your style is… casual. Go for casual. Just don’t go for like something absurd because it’s the trend. It really doesn’t matter! That’s what Rani has to say. She’s like today I want to come and perform for you in my lingerie. In my bra and panty. Sometime else, she’ll have this bedazzled outfit. Which you’ll have to even pay money to even see. So I think, you should wear what you’re comfortable with. It might not appeal to me. But I’m still not paying your bills. As RuPaul says, “You’re born naked, and the rest is drag.” You take it or leave it. That’s Rani-Ko-He-Nur. So if you want to know more about Drag, Like, Share and Subscribe to Vitamin Stree!