Varshaa hit back with a well-constructed break of 44 in the third frame to turn the tide.
The fourth frame was closely fought, but Varshaa managed to hold her nerve and made crucial pots to level the scores.
The final frame saw Varshaa use all her experience and come up with a break of 38 to take home the championship.
Anupama took home the runner-up prize of `50,000 and a salver.
Anupama bagged the prize for the highest break too and took home `7,500 for a sequence of 57 notched up in the group stages.
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