Meet BTech Pani Puri Wali, who wants to make Indian street food healthy | Tendency

Many people dream of starting their business, and some of them might start at an early age. Among these young entrepreneurs is 21-year-old Tapsi Upadhyay, well known as BTech Pani Puri Wali.

Upadhyay started his business after graduating from BTech. Her goal is to serve healthy food, which is why she makes air-fried puris for her pani puri stand. According to its website, she wants to add more street food options to her stall and make them healthier.

Recently, an Instagram reel featuring Upadhyay went viral. The video was shared by Instagram page @are_you_hungry007. The clip starts showing Upadhyay opening his stall and talking about his food. She also mentions the struggles she faces as a woman. She says many people ask her why she sells pani puris after graduating, and some even ask her to go home because it’s not safe for a woman to be on the street.

Take a look at the video here:

This clip was shared a week ago. Since its publication, it has been liked more than twice. Many even commented on the clip.

Check out some reactions below:

One person posted, “Supergirl, carry on, stay blessed.” Another person added, “A strong girl. May God give you more success.” “Excellent work, sister, I salute you,” posted a third.

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