By Ruchika Kher
New Delhi, April 13 (IANS) Disc Jockeys have been around in Indian metros for quite some time now, many pursuing it as a part-time opportunity to earn some extra money. But DJing has now become a serious career option with women too joining the scene and a special school being launched to train youngsters.
"When I decided to take up DJing as a career, people didn't take me seriously because the profession was not considered a viable option at that time. But now things have changed and people are not only warming up to the idea but accepting women DJs as well," Megha, a Mumbai-based DJ, told IANS over phone.
"I had friends who we