And she smiles
Aashna Awasthi grabbed the limelight withthe title of Miss Best Smile at the Miss Global International Nepal 2014. The energetic upcoming model talks about her aspirations and more...
How has your experience in the fashion world been so far?
Although I’m still a newbie I feel warmly welcomed in this field. It’s one of the most amazing moments of my life so far.
What are you currently involved with?
Currently I am pursuing with my studies and doing some photo shoots, I am also training to become a RJ/VJ and grooming myself for Miss Nepal 2016.
What made you venture into modelling?
Well I have always been interested in this field. My career started with beauty pageants.
Tell us about your experience at Miss Global International Nepal 2014?
It was a dream come true. I chanced upon Miss Global International Nepal 2014 through social media. The whole
experience still leaves me absolutely speechless. I learnt a lot from my seniors and colleagues and also made a lot of friends. It was a great learning experience for me.
What have you learnt during the competition?
I have learnt to believe in myself, make good public relations and socialise more.
Models have a very short career span, they say. What is your take on it?
That depends upon the individuals themselves. I choose it as my career.
How supportive is your family about your career choice?
Like many other girls’, my dad too was against it. However, from the very beginning my mum encouraged and supported me. And, here I’m today (smiles)!
Plans for the future
To make my place in the industry. I would also like to try my hand at fashion designing.
Getting to know Aashna better
If you could wake up as someone else, it would be:
Lady Diana, because I am overwhelmed by her beauty and
A pick up line that always works:
Excuse me, could you please dial down your hotness, it’s
causing global warming?
Your take on
Soul mate: Can share all secrets and feelings.
Power: Should not be misused
Sex: Love, trust and mutual understanding
You would never be caught dead wearing:
If you were one word, what would it be?