These are the questions that chose the destiny of the main five candidates of Miss World. Fortunate for us, five of our divas knew only the correct responses to win the widely acclaimed title. From 1966 to 2017, how about we investigate the last answers by our glamorous ladies.
1. REITA FARIA, MISS WORLD 1966
Reita Faria (born August 23, 1943) born to Goan guardians in Bombay (now Mumbai) is an Indian model, doctor and the victor of the Miss World 1966 exhibition. She went ahead to end up plainly the main Miss World champ to qualify as a Doctor who won Miss World 1966 for India.
Reita was a judge at Femina Miss India in 1998 and has returned to judge the Miss World rivalry on a couple of events. For example, she was a judge alongside Demis Roussos at the Miss World last of 1976 held in London where Cindy Breakespeare was delegated Miss World.
Q: Why do you want to be a doctor?
A: “India needs more obstetricians and gynecologists.”
Q: But India has a lot of babies…
A: “And that is something we need to discourage.” *applause*
2. AISHWARYA RAI, MISS WORLD 1994
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan staggered India and the world in 1994 when she turned into the second Indian to sack the Miss World crown. The then 21-year-old had contended with candidates from 86 nations at an occasion that was held in Sun City, South Africa on November 19. While Aishwarya’s magnificence and certainty inspired the judges extraordinarily, her response to the final question was the genuine clincher.
Q: What qualities should Miss World 2017 embody?
A: “The Miss Worlds that we have had up to date, have been proof enough that they have had compassion. Compassion for the underprivileged, and not only for the people who have status and stature. We have had people, who can look beyond the barriers that man has set up – of nationalities and color. We have to look beyond those and that would make a true Miss World. A true person. A real person.”
3. DIANA HAYDEN, MISS WORLD 1997
Diana Hayden (Born 1 May 1973) is an Indian on-screen character, model, and glamorous lady. She won the Femina Miss India challenge in 1997 and was delegated Miss World 1997. She was a candidate in the famous dubious reality shows Bigg Boss in 2008.
Before she started modeling, she worked for an occasion administration organization called Encore. She at that point filled in as a Public Relations Officer at BMG Crescendo, where she helped with dealing with the vocations of artists Anaida and Mehnaz Hoosein. On Anaida’s suggestion, she entered herself into the Miss India challenge in 1997.
Q: Why do you want to be Miss World?
A: “I draw inspiration from a famous writer and poet William Butler Yeats who once wrote in ‘With Dreams begins responsibility’. Well for me, this title is that dream and the responsibility it brings, I cherish that in a small way I could make a difference and help the dreams of others. Thank you.”
4. PRIYANKA CHOPRA, MISS WORLD 2000
Priyanka Chopra has been one of the main performing artists of the film business. With her diligent work and devotion, she has likewise made India pleased at worldwide levels.
She may wind up plainly a standout amongst the most discussed women in Hollywood, however, her adventure began when she won the title of ‘Miss World 2000’.
A sum of 95 competitors had taken part in the challenge that year, yet it was the Indian excellence Priyanka Chopra who went ahead to sack the title.
Q: Who do you consider to be the most successful woman living in the world today, and why?
A: “There are a lot of people who I admire and believe in, but what I think one of the most successful women who has achieved not a lot for just herself or other countries I think would be Mother Teresa. I admire her from the bottom from my heart for being so considerate, compassionate, kind and giving up her life for people in India to give up everything that she ever had to make others life beautiful, to bring a smile on people’s face and that’s what I believe in. Thank you very much.”
5. MANUSHI CHHILLAR, MISS WORLD 2017
Manushi Chhillar (born 14 May 1997) is an Indian model and glamorous lady who was delegated Miss World 2017. She was beforehand delegated Femina Miss India 2017.
Chhillar was conceived in Rohtak, Haryana. Her Dad, Dr. Mitra Basu Chhillar, is a researcher at Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), while her mom, Dr. Neelam Chhillar, is a partner teacher and division head of neurochemistry at the Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences.
Chhillar learned at St. Thomas’ School in New Delhi and is seeking a restorative degree at the Bhagat Phool Singh Medical College in Sonipat. She is a prepared Kuchipudi artist and has prepared under unbelievable artists Raja and Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy. Chhillar has likewise gone to the National School of Drama.
Q: Which profession deserves the highest salary, and why?
A: “Since I’m very close to my mother, I think a mother deserves love and respect, I don’t think it’s just about salary but about love and respect you give to someone and I think my mom has always been the biggest inspiration in my life and all mothers they sacrifice so much for their kids. So I think the profession of highest respect and salary should be that of a mother.”