Daughter of an auto driver left everyone super proud after becoming the runner up of Femina Miss India 2020. 20-year old girl Manya Singh hasn’t just won the crown, but she has earned everyone’s respect through her hard work. Recently Miss India runner up was seen in her dad’s auto-rikshaw as she chose it to reach at her felicitation ceremony held in her college.
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A smalltown girl from Hata Kushinagar district in UP ran away from her hometown to Mumbai to fulfill her dreams and now finally, she was crowned with a VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 runner up.
In her recent interview with PTI, she issued a statement
“I was scared to even dream of Miss India. I would often get goosebumps and feel how can someone like me carry this big a dream. But today when it has come true, there’s this sense of peace that I made it, that I’ve made my parents proud. I feel there’s a halo(SIC)”
“My parents were gobsmacked and felt I had gone crazy. People like us don’t even dream, and you’re thinking of Miss India crown?’ they said. My father would always tell me, there are more heels in my bag than books. Somewhere they were scared because I didn’t even have a Plan B.” At 14, Singh ran away from her home, taking a train from Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh to Mumbai’s Kurla station and moved to the suburban Kandivali area here(SIC)” She also added
While remembering her struggling she told PTI: “She didn’t have enough money, so to manage fee for college she reached out to a pizza outlet asking for a job and eventually got one. “I would mop the floor, do the dishes, and sleep in the storeroom. On the job, I observed how people carried themselves, how they’d dress up, and talk to each other. It was a massive learning for me for the entire year that I worked there(SIC)”