Actress Parull Chaudhry, brand ambassador of 'Mrs India Queen' calls Malaika Arora an epitome of superwoman
Actress Parull Chaudhry, while expressing her admiration for Malaika Arora, said that the real challenge for the contestants was to come out of their comfort zone and discover their new self
The finale of "Mrs India Queen 2021- Pehchaan Meri' was held on October 3 amid all glamour and cheer. It was hosted by actor, anchor and Ex Big Boss contestant Pritam Singh. Parull Chaudhry of Anupama and Kasautii Zindagii Kay fame was the brand ambassador of the show.
Malaika Arora crowned the winner Nidhi Punmya along with founders Shweta Roy and Ranbir Roy. Keith Sequeira was also the part of Jury and Rochelle, the celebrity grooming mentor.
Parull Chaudhry, the brand ambassador of Mrs India Queen, on being a part of this show said, "I think coming out of the mould of house wife as she discovers so much about herself as an individual. So I think when she actually stages her presence by being herself, when she is just displaying her own individual qualities with her own talent is what sets you apart."
Parull shared her joy on Malaika being associated with the show stating, "It feels great as I have always looked up to her as an epitome of superwoman who is breaking all records in terms of fitness and fashion. She is an inspiration to every woman. I feel quite exuberant."
Pritam felt elated to be the host of the show and shared,"This is a platform for all the married women who want to fulfil their dream which remained incomplete. I'm really happy that the finale went well. The whole team really worked very hard to bring such a huge show. Its was fun and full of excitement. This is the best platform to create your own unique identity which I feel fades after marriage as women get engaged in their family. So the tag line "Meri Pehchaan" is to create awareness about women making their own identity. This platform celebrates womanhood and thanks them by embracing them with their own unique quality without any criteria."
Celebrity dermatologist Dr Apratim Goel said,"In this pageant, women came from different walks of life. Some of them have really beaten up odd circumstances in their personal and professional life. The real talent is that whether they have the confidence to get out of their comfort zone and embrace their new self that they are exposed to. Doesn't matter if they have any imperfections but what is to be applauded in them is their transformation which is not easy while breaking through all the societal norms and barriers. These women are full of talent and enthusiasm. The factor which is required for winning is a combination of comfort, confidence, putting their best forward and nothing about looks and I feel they have given their all."