A GALVANIZING INTERVIEW WITH THE THREE CROWNED WINNERS OF MISS DIVA PAGEANT 2019.
Miss Diva Pageant 2019 is a platform which provides young talent an opportunity to fulfil their dreams and start the journey to make a mark in the entertainment industry. So this year was the 7th edition of Miss Diva Pageant and 6th edition of Mr India Pageant and we got a chance to interview the winners of these pageants-
- Miss Diva Universe 2019 – Vartika Singh
- Miss Diva Supranational 2019 – Shefali Sood
- Mr India Supranational 2019 – Varun Verma
Here are some of the highlights from our conversation.
We asked Vartika Singh how was her journey till Miss Diva Universe 2019 so she replied , “I am basically from Lucknow and I started my journey by participating in Miss Diva 2014, later participated in Femina Miss India 2015 and won the title of Miss Grand India 2015 followed by representing India at Miss Grand International and emerged as 2nd runner-up, Kingfisher Calendar Girl 2017 and now as Miss Diva Universe 2019, so it’s a surreal feeling! And each of them has taken their own amount of hardwork and all the titles that I have received have their own journey.” We even asked her about her NGO ‘Pure Humans’ and she being a face of ‘Mera Lucknow’ campaign she said, “This campaign is about promoting tourism in Lucknow and the government is also very supportive for the growth of city. And it feels so good that my home town is growing everyday . I too work for the nutrition and health of women and children and also have been promoting digital literacy.”
Shefali Sood told about her way to achieving this success –“ It was just like a typical school girl story of a girl dreaming to get into this glamorous industry. I loved dressing up, being in front of the camera but as I grew up I got to know that Miss India is so much more than that. And as I have a good height so as usual had many advantages as well as disadvantages. So I now just hope to do justice to this crown!”
Varun Verma was asked about him leaving his job as a software engineer and getting in this industry,so he said, “I do wanted to be a model since a long time, so when I was in 12th I did my first ramp walk and then I came to Mr India. But to talk about shifting my career my parents did had a doubt about letting me go as they wanted a safer and stable career for me but at the end they did support me to fulfil my dreams.”
So from the above questions we do get to understand that its not easy to be a successful model and its take a lot of hardwork and passion to hit the right note at the right time. So work hard people!