Vickrant Mahajan
Global Motivator

Filmmaker, Guinness Record, Motivator and more...

Born in Jammu, India, to Veenaa and Sham Kishore Gupta, Vickrant Mahajan studied commerce at the University of Jammu, publishing at the University of Denver and filmmaking at the New York Film Academy. In 2001, he started his professional career as an editor with HarperCollins Publishers India. In 2003, he won the first runner-up and Mr Photogenic at Grasim Mr India. In 2012, he made his Bollywood debut with the film Challo Driver, which he wrote, directed, produced and acted in. Among his many Guinness World Records are the longest speech, longest play, largest book signing, largest greeting card, most football penalties in 24 hours, most basketball passes in one minute, most cricket deliveries played in 1 minute, longest squash rally and the largest underwater painting exhibition.

In 2019, Vickrant was appointed as Team India’s motivator for the senior world wrestling championship in Nursultan, Kazakhstan — the first time something like this happened in Indian sport. It turned out to be the best-ever world championship for India as it won five medals and had four direct Olympic qualifications. In 2020, he went as Team India’s motivator to the continental Olympic boxing qualifier in Amman, Jordan, where 9 boxers qualified for the Olympics, creating a record for the highest number of Olympic qualifications for India from a single tournament across any sport.

Vickrant has motivated over 60 Olympic, world championship, continental, Commonwealth and national medallists in 10 sports to excel at the biggest sporting events globally. He has authored 30 books, including Yes Thank You Universe, Superpositivity, Stretch Yourself, Goaletics, Superchampion and The Glacier River Ocean Principle. He presently runs a consciousness organisation called Superpositivity Movement and performs Superpositivity programs globally, awakening people to the infinite power and benefits of superpositivity.