NewZNew (Chandigarh) : She’s just 21, but has already brought pride to the city after winning a national beauty pageant and is now all set to represent the country in the international beauty contest.
Chandigarh girl, Rammya Singh was recently chosen by the Glamanand Supermodel India Organization to represent India at Miss Globe International 2016 to be held on 15 July this year at the Legacy Ottoman Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey. Rammya is a model and actress by profession and has worked for the brands including, Madden, Quicksilver, Kenneth Cole and INIFD.
Rammya, who is passionate about children is the daughter of Indian fashion designer Rachhan Singh Ahluwalia, was born in Chandigarh. She studied in Saupins School, Sector 32 here and graduated from the MCM DAV College with the bachelor’s degree in English. The beauty queen today visited her old school to bring back her memories and interacted with her teachers and school students.
Interacting with media, Rammya said, “Winning Miss Globe India 2016 was a dream come true and I and my family have our fingers crossed for Miss Globe International 2016 for which I am representing my country. Winning Miss Globe India 2016 happened like magic.”
When asked about her family support, she said, “I would say that I couldn’t have achieved anything without the love and support of family. My father is my strength and I always have him there, while my mother is the power that never lets me give up. My younger brother brings me back to life whenever I am too busy and stressed. And my pet Oreo is there to be hugged when I am feeling low.”
She gave credit to her positive attitude and confidence which helped her sail through Miss Globe India 2016 and on how she is feeling as she represents India in July, she said, “I had always aspired to represent my country and with patience and passion of achieving the goals I am sure I will bring pride to my country in Turkey as well.”
“But yes I am a bit nervous too”, she added with an emphatic smile on her face.
Talking about her rigorous training sessions, Rammya said, “Training for the international pageant includes training my mind and my body fully for which I am doing yoga which relaxes my soul and my brain, besides being regular to gym and aerobics classes.”
On being asked if she had been offered any roles in Bollywood, she said, she was getting ample of offers for ad campaigns and even from the Bollywood world but for now her main focus is preparing for the international pageant, but “Yes I foresee myself to be in a Bollywood movie later”, she added.
Surita Sharma, School Principal, while interacting with media said, “Rammya was an enthusiastic learner. She was courteous, cooperative and committed to doing her best. She was kind and helpful to everyone, showed respect to teachers and peers. A gifted performer, she had a flair for dancing right from her childhood. It was truly a pleasure to have Rammya as our student and we are so proud of all that she has accomplished. I wish her luck for the future.”
Rammya intends working for the orphans as she says, “More than anything, I have a dream of adopting a child and also bringing smiles on faces of those who have lost their parents. Irrespective of my title, whether I win it or not, I will work for them as a human being and not as a beauty queen. And I would like to advise all girls aspiring to be super models, to be super human beings first by chasing your dreams and letting other chase their dreams too by lending them a helping hand to do so.