The most beautiful face
Miss India Manushi Chhilar laughs when the 67th Miss World Finals in Sanya.
It was a moment of pride for India when Manushi Chhillar was crowned on November 18th among the 118 participants from different countries at Miss World 2017 at a sparkling event at Sanya City Arena in Sanya, China.
Miss India Manushi Chhillar was crowned as Miss World, following first runner-up Miss Mexico’s Andrea Meza and second runner-up Miss England Stephanie Hil.
Miss World 2016 Stephanie Del Valle (left) congratulates Miss India Manushi Chhilar (right) after winning the final of the 67th Miss World contest in Sanya, the tropical Chinese island of Hainan on November 18th.
Win the title after 17 years
Manushi Chillar, a 20-year-old from Haryana who dreams of being a cardiac surgeon and took a sabbatical year of study to focus on India’s representative in the international election, is the sixth Indian to be crowned Miss World. She will return the crown to India after 17 years; the last Indian who had it in his pocket was Priyanka Chopra (2000)
Shortly after she was crowned, she told you, “Wells still feel inside … I’m very happy to make India proud, I’m also looking forward to the coming year, my parents have always been my support and me … here tonight at my side and brought only more strength and joy to me.”The beautiful Manushi also won the” head head “and challenge the” Beauty with a goal “segment.
She has always impressed the judges, but her last answer was the icing on the cake. When asked what the profession has earned the highest salaries in the world and why, she says: “Because I am very close to my mother, I believe that a mother deserves the greatest respect. If you’re talking about salary, I do not think it’s just money, but it’s the love and respect you give to someone, I think my mom has always been my greatest inspiration, mothers give so much to their children, it is certainly a profession that deserves the highest salary, the greatest respect, and love. ”
The Manushi trip began in June of this year when she was crowned Miss India World Color FBB 2017. Her motto is “When you stop dreaming, you stop living,” and she believes that her training gave her the confidence needed to get on the podium and helped improve his skills. In an interview just before she left for the Miss World contest, she said, “If you study medicine, you learn how to deal with people and understand why they do what they do.”
Help the hand
For her “beauty with purpose” project they spread menstrual hygiene awareness, she visited 20 villages and touched the lives of 5,000 women. “If an organization like Miss World supports this, it can reach a different level,” she said.