India’s Harnaaz Sandhu made history on December 13, as she was crowned Miss Universe 2021 after competing with contestants from over 80 countries. She brought back the glorious crown in India after 21 years and has been appreciated for her poise and grace. He has been receiving offers from brands and many media houses are contacting him to get his side of the story.
When you are climbing the ladder of success, there will be people who will point out your flaws. In her case, there are trolls who keep saying that she won the beauty contest only because her face is beautiful. Talk too The middle of the dayHarnaaz said, “There are many people who say [I] accept because [I] has a beautiful face. But I know how much effort goes behind it. Instead of arguing with them, I will work hard to make them understand. [my worth]. This is a stereotype that I want to break. This [win] is very much like Olympic [win]. When we appreciate an athlete who represents the country, why can’t we do it [appreciate] beauty winner? However, opinions are changing, and I’m happy to break the myths already.”
He also expressed his desire to pursue acting and ‘break the stereotype’ in the film industry as well. “I don’t want to be a normal actor. I want to be one of those who have a lot of influence, and those who break stereotypes by choosing characters who are strong, smart, and inspiring,” he added.
It soon revealed in an interview Bollywood Hungama that he wants to play Priyanka Chopra in his biopic. In his earlier interactions with media houses, he has always revealed that PeeCee is his inspiration as an actress who has created her own brand with her acting skills and musical talent. Harnaaz also wants to follow his footsteps and make the country proud.
Talk about your plans as Miss Universe for next year, she said Indian times, “My effort is about empowering women and for this, For this, I have focused on my community because I have seen how my mother has done with the patriarchal system. I would like to talk about empowering women all over the world, starting with menstrual hygiene because it all starts from within. When you have a healthy body and mind that is when you can follow your purpose and passion. We need to act now, only then can we hope for the future. ”
She added, “I think we need to teach everyone about menstrual hygiene. Another thing I have focused on is our constitutional rights – the right to education, the right to work and to choose your partner. You need to be your own thing, you have the power to change your life. Third, is to let women know their emotional strength and the fact that we always have each other’s back.”
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Source: The middle of the day