RHOD Star Sorisha Naidoo Says She Worked As A Waitress While Studying In India

Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Sorisha Naidoo revealed that she worked as a waitress part-time while studying in India — via an Instagram post on Sunday 2 April.

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Reality star Sorisha Naidoo revealed that she worked part-time as a waitress when she studied in India. She explained that she once lived above a Bhelpuri. Bhelpuri is an Indian savoury snack made from puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce. The former Scandal! actress went on to say this is what sparked her love for music and her desire to be a DJ.

She went on to thank the chef in her video for taking her back to those times. Take a look…

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“When I was a student in India, I lived above a Bhelpuri store and once a week I would have Bhelpuri. I worked as a waitress part time and studied. It also sparked my love for music and wanting to DJ. Thanks Chef for taking me back. Bhelpuri is a savoury snack originating from India,” she wrote.

“And is also a type of chaat. It is made of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce, and has a crunchy texture. Bhel is often identified as a ‘beach snack’, strongly associated with the beaches of Mumbai, such as Chowpatty or Juhu,” she continued.


Sorisha Naidoo is now married to billionaire Vivian Reddy. According to Briefly, Sorisha reportedly studied journalism at Rhodes University in Grahamastown, Eastern Cape. She is an actress and starred on SABC 1’s Home Affairs in 2005. She is also popularly known for her role as Nadia Narian in eTV’s Scandal! Nadia was the wife of Daniel Nyathi. She is also a radio personality who has been on East Coast Radio and Highveld Radio Johannesburg.

The wife of billionaire Vivian Reddy is also a beauty queen. In 2002, she was crowned Miss India South Africa. She is also a businesswoman. According to Savanna News, she amassed a net worth of $12 million (R227 million).

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