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Manushi Chillar wants to be a doctor, not Bollywood fame

Miss World Manushi Chillar has refuted speculation that she would enter Bollywood like other Miss World winners in the past like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan or Priyanka chopra. Though she has enthralled co-participants during the dance performance in Miss World pageant with “Nagada sang dhol”, she has little interest to become a “Bollywood actress”.

Manushi Chhillar told IANS that she is keen to finish her medical education and become a doctor who would serve with the title of Miss World as well. “I have really not given Bollywood a thought, so let’s see after one year when I get back to college because I have to complete my education (MBBS) as well,” she told IANS.

As Miss World, Manushi Chillar will be engaged in world engagements throughout the year before she passes on the crown to the next year’s winner. After that, she has to return to the Bhagat Phool Singh Government Medical College for Women in Khanpur Kalan village in Sonepat.

As a daughter of doctor parents, Manushi has grown with the whole family focusing on the profession but the one year of Miss World title will take her around the world and spreading the message of positivity in cooperation with several non-profit organisations engaged in social service, especially women.

Later, Manushi wants to be a cardiac surgeon and wants to highlight on menstrual hygiene among women.


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