As Manushi left everyone awestruck and impressed with her beauty, intelligence and attitude in the competition becoming the sixth India to bag the coveted title, we bring for you a complete profiling of her educations and steps to these huge successes.
Manushi Chhillar with her recent win at the Miss World Beauty Pageant at a star-studded event held in China not just brought India pride but also changed the notion that toppers don’t seek for the glamour world. As Manushi left everyone awestruck and impressed with her beauty, intelligence and attitude in the competition becoming the sixth India to bag the coveted title, we bring for you a complete profiling of her educations and steps to these huge successes.
Chhillar was born to Jat family in Haryana surrounded by scientists and doctors. Her father, Dr Mitra Basu Chhillar, is a scientist at the Defence Research and Development Organisation, while her mother, Dr Neelam Chhillar, is an associate professor and department head of neurochemistry at the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences.
- Chhillar studied at St. Thomas` School in New Delhi and is a CBSE topper in English.
- Currently, pursuing MBBS from Sonepat’s Bhagat Phool Singh Government college, Manushi aspires to be a cardio surgeon.
- She is a trained Kuchipudi dancer, and has trained under legendary dancers Raja and Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy.
- Chhillar has also attended the National School of Drama.
- She sacrificed one year of studies while she was participating in Femina Miss India 2017
- On 25 June 2017, Chhillar took part in the Femina Miss India 2017 competition, representing the state of Haryana
- Manushi creates awareness and educates people about problems related to menstrual cycle through her “Project Shakti”.
- She visited about 20 villages for the project and treated over 5,000 women. On 18 November 2017, Chhillar was crowned Miss World 2017 by outgoing titleholder Stephanie Del Valle.
- Manushi is an expert Kuchipudi dancer and has been trained by renowned names.
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