We also heard that you are a shopaholic. What are the things you have in your wardrobe?
Yes, that’s very true I am a shopaholic. Whenever I go shopping, my mother literally has to pull me out of the shops to stop me. Well I have a collection of 400 pair of shoes, watches and endless pieces of ethnic Indian Jewellery.
What changes do you wish to do for the betterment of the country ?
I alone can’t change the whole country but we all together can bring the change. I think the most important change is to be tolerant towards others religion, culture, dress and lifestyle. For example, in this pageant, the girls belonged to different countries and their culture, dress and language was different from one another. We could’t even understand each others language but we all lived together like a big happy family without any feeling of hatredness. So if people belonging to different countries can live together, why can’t we people of one country live happily together with unity. I think we just have to be a little more tolerant .
You are from Punjab. How does being that help you?
Punjab being a border state has faced many invasions and war. This has lead to punjabis being a fighters race. So, being a Punjabi I am a bit more louder, enjoy life to its fullest and we live life king size. It runs in our blood that we never say quit and face every problem with courage. We hold your culture and traditions very near to our heart. I have seen many foreigners dance to the beats of Punjabi songs even though they can’t understand a word of it. We believe in live and let live.