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EXQUISITE SOUL NIVEDITA
Describe yourself, and what would you say are some vital skills or characteristics to have to make it in the modelling world?
First and foremost to believe in ourselves. They are different and that’s their strength. There is a place for everybody in this industry and that void can be filled only by them. So be confident and take care of themselves, their skin, physique.
If you could go in future and tell yourself one thing about your career what would it be?
I would tell myself that everything will make sense one day. So keep working hard, researching is the key, keep working on yourself, polish your skills and dare to dream and shine the brightest when your “The Day” come.
What inspired you to find the Supermodel in you. Share some insides of your journey.
I saw Femina miss India on TV for the first time in 2014 and right then I could clearly picture myself wearing that crown. I wanted to be on that same dice all fearless and unstoppable. That zeal and vision to see myself wearing that crown are what fueled me.
What was the biggest rookie mistake you made when just starting out?
Trusting everybody. We need to understand that not everybody in this industry is a good wisher so we need to inspect the ground thoroughly prior to each step and make sure we are in safe surroundings I must say no platform can be better than First India for that.
What has been the most memorable or rewarding moment in your career?
When I had gotten the chance to meet Miss India 2014 Koyal Rana, the same girl whom I saw on TV shining brighter than the stars. She is so humble, it was a dream come true. She is the lady who later trained me. Learning from my Idol is the most memorable moment of my life. It was a dream come true for me.