Post a plethora of daunting tasks, plentiful ups and downs and life altering learnings from Vidyut Jammwal himself, Dinesh Shetty has been crowned as ‘India’s Ultimate Warrior’ out of the 16 contestants in the action reality series – Jyothi Venkatesh
Dinesh lifted the trophy following his zeal, consistency and extraordinary performance that didn’t only impress the mentors but also earned praises from the host and Dojo master, Vidyut Jammwal.
His passion for fitness and unwavering mental strength has made Dinesh add another deserving feather to his hat.
Besides winning the coveted title of nation’s ultimate ‘Mahayoddha’, he also bagged INR 20 Lakhs and an all-expense paid lifetime opportunity to get trained at Tiger Muay Thai in Thailand, one of the top martial arts centers in the world.
Other than being an entrepreneur, boxer and a social worker, Dinesh also dons the hat of an urban dad.
He has been passionate about fitness since the past 10 years and his exercise regime consists of Boxing, CrossFit (Trained at Tiger Muay Thai), Weight Training & Horse Riding.
He takes pride in being dedicated and his commendable performance throughout the series serves as a testament to it.
The finale themed around key warrior virtues like determination, balance, control, focus and survival had Prakram Dandona, Pooja Yadav, Rohit Choudhary, Deepak Rao, Dinesh Shetty, and Rounak Gulia competing for the ultimate title.
While Dinesh lifted the trophy, Rohit Choudhary, and Pooja Yadav emerged as the first and second runner up respectively.
On winning the title of ‘India’s Ultimate Warrior’, contestant Dinesh Shetty said, “Although I had complete confidence in myself since the very start, winning the title and lifting the trophy finally was an absolutely incomparable and indescribable feeling.
Every day in the show was replete with unique learnings that none of us anticipated and that’s what made this journey one of a kind for me.
I am thankful to Discovery for coming up with such a concept and giving people like me a platform to showcase our skills and passion. India’s Ultimate Warrior has also enabled me to make some bonds I would always be grateful for.
I am glad to have had Mykel Hawke as my mentor who did everything in his capacity to push my limits and help me shine.
Moreover, it was an honour to have the incredible Vidyut Jammwal as our dojo master, who led us with utmost grit and spirit.”