Etiquette matters a lot to Miss India Bengaluru

The young and vivacious Roshmitha Harimurthy, has bagged a title of FBB Femina Miss India Bengaluru 2016.Elizabeth Thadikaran and Sanjana GL were crowned first and second runners-up respectively at the pageant held in Bengaluru.

Etiquette matters a lot to Miss India Bengaluru-121-year-old, Roshmitha, has shared her thoughts and described her journey from being a model to a beauty queen to the special correspondent of www.newskarnataka.com

Roshmitha started her modelling career two years ago with a modelling agency in the city. This was her second attempt in the beauty pageants where in the first attempt she was not able to continue the contest rounds that were held in Mumbai, due her annual exams, whereas this time she hit-the-stroke when the final rounds were held in the city, which didn’t hamper her studies as well.

Describing about the grooming sessions at FBB Femina Miss India pageant she says: “Being a model I had a natural confidence, which helped me during catwalks, still beauty pageants require a lot more than modelling such as behavioural etiquette matters to a great extent. Top model Alesia Raut polished our walk and her guidance helped a lot during rehearsals.”

To whom would you attribute your success?

There were some moments when I was very nervous during the rehearsals, it was my mom who firmly supported me during this pageant, even though when I was feeling low; she was confident about my performances, it was only her confidence in me that has entitled me this wonderful win! I would say that my mom is the strongest pillar of my life.

Who is your role model or inspirational personality?

It’s Angelina Jolie, I have seen many of her interviews and movies and the way she carries herself is what I love! She inspires me a lot.

Describe the important aspects to look beautiful?

First is a balanced diet that I prefer, though I don’t think or restrict much while eating, I just make sure that my meal should have controlled carbohydrates and protein.

Second, working out is must, third I believe in myself that boost my optimism that makes my day and me beautiful.

Every pageant’s need is beauty with the brains! What was your exercise for your brain?

I believe in enriching myself, I keep updating myself with the daily general affairs. I keep reading newspapers, articles, etc that boost my knowledge.

No one can be perfect in this world, they say they don’t want any genius person, but they surely need a person who has good awareness about the daily affairs. That’s all matters here!

Your future plans?

First, I would surely like to complete my master in the international business where I am pursuing its first year. After this, I will work hard to participate in the Femina Miss India next year and then Miss world pageants; if this will not be in my career graph in the future, then I could settle in US and possibly continue masters in finance. Let’s see what’s in my cards ahead!


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