Manushi Chhillar (Miss World 2017) stated that as an Indian woman, I do not feel accused and face several confrontations head-on even despite the fact that there is an emotion that “our culture is not very women welcoming”. Manushi Chhillar articulated her views on the big budget and controversial movie ‘Padmavati’ in a recent conference with a major entertainment media website.
“As we know that every Indian woman has that one thing in common; we don’t feel accused for who we are in real world and in point of fact, we face several challenges head-on. And I believe that’s what we require to do, we require being positive and confident about who we are in person,” she stated when asked for her opinion on the recent death threats given to the super star Deepika Padukone.
“We as a woman, will face several restrictions and sometimes we do experience that this world is not having that women-friendly culture but as individuals, we ought to just set an exemplar and make every woman feel positive that you can do remarkable things as well,” she further stated. Manushi added about how she always preferred dancing on Deepika starrer ‘Dhol Baaje’ song from the film maker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s motion picture ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela’ for a contest during her Miss World pageant. “All the girls danced to that particular song during their rehearsal. I am content that in a way, I had brought India in front of the world,” stated Manushi.
About Manushi Chhillar: The world is her oyster shell right now! Twenty years-old Manushi Chhillar was lately crowned as the Miss World 2017 and she is by now making the correct kind noise on Twitter, be it addressing to the congress leader Shashi Tharoor’s tongue-in-cheek statement on her surname and giving an appropriate response to him or giving her views on the most controversial movie Padmavati. She has already proved that she is much more than just beauty with brains.