Miss World Manushi Chhillar not upset with Tharoor's 'Chillar' remark

Miss World Manushi Chhillar not upset with Tharoor's 'Chillar' remark

Mumbai: Veteran Congress leader Shashi Tharoor may have drawn flak for his "Chillar" tweet, but the lady in question - Miss World 2017 - Manushi Chhillar - isn't upset at all.

Apart from the main title, Manushi also won the "Beauty with Purpose" award. She was the 15th Miss World and the first Asian to win the pageant. "So, I think it is the job of a mother that deserves the highest salary", Chhillar said to a wide-applause. Now, Manushi is competing with 108 contestants for the Miss World crown at an event that will be held in China on November 18.

Chhillar was handed the crown by last year's victor, Stephanie del Valle of Puerto Rico, at the ceremony in the Chinese coastal city of Sanya on Saturday night.

Soon after, congratulatory messages poured in. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the state, led by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, now claims to have arrested the rot with the sex ratio improving to around 930. Cherish and learn, and most importantly enjoy it.

Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla, actresses Parineeti Chopra and Mallika Sherawat have been born in Haryana, a state where killing the unborn girl child in the womb has been a common practice. "Well done Manushi Chhillar". "Super proud! Jai Hind".

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Tharoor's witty tweet on Manushi backfired on him, when the twitterati slammed him for comparing her surname to "loose change". We knew you had all the qualities to conquer the world ever since we met you for the first time! Manushi has not only added another success story, but the MBBS student has also become an inspiration to many.

The biggest personalities from the country celebrated her win by congratulating her on Twitter.

Manushi, a medical student from Haryana, won the title in China, ending 17 years of drought for India at the worldwide beauty pageant.

During her grooming, she stated to a interview that "The only thing I believe is certain in life is uncertainty, and this is what is wonderful about the pageant". Find us on Facebook too!