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Miss Haryana Manushi Chillar wins Miss India Pageant (BCCL)

Manushi Chillar Gets Miss World 2017 Crown to India after 17 Years

India’s Manushi Chiller has finally brought India the international glory that was achieved by Aishwarya Rai way back in 1994 and Priyanka Chopra in 2000.

Manushi, who represented India emerged the winner after a total of 118 contestants vied for the coveted title. Miss Puerto Rico, Stephanie Del Valle, who won the crown last year, crowwned Ms chiller with 2017 crown.

When nearer to winning the title after making it to the final 5, she was asked which profession deserved the biggest salary and why. To this, the daughter of doctors in Haryana, replied:”A mother deserves the highest respect. It’s not always about cash but also the love and respect that we give to someone. My mother has been a huge inspiration to me. I think it is the job of a mother that deserves the biggest salary.” An apt reply from an Indian whose land is known for respecting mothers.

Soon her reply was adjudged the best and Manushi Chiller was on her way to be crowned Miss World 2017 title.

Who is Manushi Chillar?

Daughter of doctor parents, Manushi Chillar studied at St. Thomas School in Delhi and joined the Bhagat Phool Singh Government Medical College for Women in Sonepat, Haryana before becoming Miss India 2017 in June this year. Since India did not get any crown in the last 17 years, nobody expected her to make it but the Haryana girl has finally won the crown.

She thanked everyone who wished for her success in a tweet:

 

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