Back in 2004, Kevin Gnapoor was a multi-talented student at North Shore High School, balancing his burgeoning rap career with the state championship Mathlete finals. Well, it seems as though actor Rajiv Surendra has drawn from the multi-talented pursuits of his former Mean Girls moniker by being good at literally everything.
This man is so talented, he puts us all to shame. Not only is he a celebrated chalk artist and life-long Mean Girls fan, but he has a few other talents tucked away under that jacket of his...
He's Knitting His Own Hat!
Any man who can knit his own clothes is a winner in my book.
He Painted this Ode to Rembrant All by himself!
I mean... wow.
He's Also Growing His Own Veg!
Making his own clothes AND growing his own food... where can I find a Rajiv?!
He's a Great Chef!
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And He Makes Candles...
WHO MAKES CANDLES? Kevin G makes candles.
...And Does Pottery
He could literally recreate that scene from Ghost if he wanted to.
Here He is Making Soap from Scratch
This is Just Getting Ridiculous
And all of this is just the tip of the iceberg. Rajiv is an accomplished writer, having just released his memoir titled 'The Elephants In My Backyard,' a memoir about his 10-year journey to star in Danny Boyle's Life of Pi adaption, only to loose the role to Suraj Sharma. In the book, Surendra says:
“This was a once-in-a-lifetime chance. I found myself standing dangerously close to the edge of a cliff. Far below me was an incredible abyss with no end in sight. I could turn back and safely return to where I had come from, or I could throw caution to the wind, lift my arms up into the air . . . and jump.”
PLUS, after devoting almost all his time to his incredible talent pool, he still has time to hit the gym and look like this.
If there has ever been a man who captured the term 'Life Goals' quite so effortlessly, it's Rajiv Surendra. But let's be real you guys, it's this moment of cinematic magic that really captures the essence of his talent:
Four for you, Rajiv- you go Rajiv!