Manushi, who makes her debut in Bollywood with the historic Prithviraj, reverse Akshay Kumar, talks about the way it felt for her to deliver again the Miss World crown to India, seventeen years after Priyanka Chopra had received the honour.
“It was a really proud and humbling moment for me to win the title for my country. And I’m glad I made so many friends there despite how competitive the event is,” she tells us. “My favourite highlight from the night would be hearing everyone scream India on the final night.”
Manushi had wowed everybody together with her classical dancing expertise on the world stage as she danced on Nagada sang dhol from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2013-film Ram Leela. “I love that song and wanted to perform on something folk with a hint of movies because Bollywood is recognised internationally. It was amazing to see the other participants dance to my country’s song,” she states.
Manushi, who all the time cherished the arc lights, factors out how whereas she cherished being on the Miss World stage, that interval was additionally about what occurred all through the month, making mates, lending her voice to issues she felt intently for, collaborating in occasions akin to fundraisers and marathons and celebrating the sensation of being one world.
From these stage lights to the spotlights of the flicks, Manushi is elated with the change. “I’m fortunate not only about being one of the lucky few who brought my country glory, but also to debut in a big film,” she provides.