Body dissatisfaction spans across age, sexual orientation/gender and ethnicity and little is articulated in puberty. Earlier studies demonstrate that extracurricular exercises give accommodating devices, for example, sense of mastery, belongingness, positive peer relations and positive body image, which help grow better feeling of self and positive body image. An examination by Amrita Joshi (2011) demonstrated the impacts of support in extracurricular exercises as a defensive factor against negative body image. The investigation included 81 undergraduate male and female understudies in the age scope of 18-21, who were offered surveys to evaluate support in extracurricular exercises, body image and self-esteem. The outcomes showed that students who take part in extracurricular exercises feel more positive and happy with their appearance and experienced lesser appearance-related distress. It was found that aggregate sum of time spent on extracurricular exercises is the main critical free indicator of body image and it does not make a difference whether students designate this opportunity to an expansive scope of exercises or confer more opportunity to less. It additionally demonstrated that self-esteem assumes a critical part in intervening the relationship to such an extent that cooperation in extracurricular exercises prompts improved self-esteem which is emphatically connected with positive body image.