Exclusive Interview With Perfect Miss India 2016, Winners.
How does it feel to be crowned as Bright ‘Perfect miss India 2016’ pageant? did you expect that win?
It feels honored from within and Yes, I did see it coming as I believe in the saying “the harder you work the luckier you get”
Share something about your journey so far, was your family supportive during the contest.
My journey has been very enriching with experiences that I will cherish all my life, my parents are my strength and they have always been my support system and I strongly believe whatever has come in my life’s basket is all because of my parents good karma’s.
As you are a business woman did you also wanted to be a beauty queen or it was just a part of destiny played for you?
I always thought I was an above average combination of beauty and brain and growing up watching Disney who doesn’t wants to be a Disney princess. Responsibilities on my shoulders that made be a business woman had only truss me with my passion towards my goals and winning the Crown which I always wanted...
You have also won sub titles which makes you a complete package for Bollywood too. So, any such big screen plans or just modeling you want to stick into?
Being a Bollywood heroine adds more dimension to any passionate career, so is mine adding a feature to my career and who doesn’t want to be quintessential 70mm leading lady.
What as per you is more important to be into a competition of beauty pageants? Why?
Believe in oneself, hard work perseverance holds the key to success but most important is being beautiful not only externally but from heart
It must be a really tough time for the preparation to win as Bright Perfect miss India 2016, so how did you maintain your fitness regime, hair care, beauty style. I in life it’s all about prioritizing and management and when you are clear about your expectations from yourself everything is a cakewalk.
Winning a crown itself is a big responsibility towards the society, your thoughts in it?
Yes, it is and doing my part I would like to raise my voice on issue of women safety and the climate changes.
Say something about woman safety in India.
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