Meet Harnaaz Sandhu, The First Indian Woman To Win Miss Universe 2021 After A 21-year Hold.

Harnaaz, who works as an actor, is inspired by Priyanka Chopra, who was Miss World in 2000 and has a large body of work. Harnaaz Sandhu, a Chandigarh native, won the 70th edition of the Miss Universe pageant on Sunday night in Eliat, Israel, bringing the coveted title back home after 21 years. Miss Paraguay Nadia Ferreira came in second, followed by Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane.

The model, whose Instagram bio reads, “Shine like the entire Universe is yours,” previously earned the ‘Miss Diva Universe 2021’ title, which prepared the door for her to compete in the Miss Universe 2021 pageant. Harnaaz expressed her gratitude for everyone who believed in her after the momentous victory. “We made it happen.” In my final response, I stated that I believed in myself, which is why I was on that stage. I’d want to thank a few others that believed in me as well. First and foremost, I want to express my gratitude to my family and friends for always being there for me. They’ve seen me fall and come back up, and they’ve been there to support me the whole time,” she wrote in a Facebook post.

Harnaaz, a Punjabi, is inspired by her mother, who “broke decades of patriarchy to become a successful gynaecologist and lead her family,” according to her Miss Universe delegate bio. “Harnaaz grew up working with her mother at health camps addressing women’s health and menstrual hygiene, and she was inspired to help other women in the same way.” Harnaaz is a strong supporter for women’s empowerment, particularly their constitutional rights to education, careers, and freedom of choice, as she is acutely aware of the privilege her mother’s struggles have bestowed on her.

Harnaaz, who works as an actor, is inspired by Priyanka Chopra, who was Miss World in 2000 and has a large body of work. Lara Dutta, a former Miss Universe, also congratulated her on her victory.

“Harnaaz enjoys spending time with her friends, as well as yoga, dancing, cooking, horseback riding, and chess.” She is a water baby who never misses an opportunity to refresh herself in a pool. Her delegate bio says she believes in the proverb, “Great things happen to those who don’t stop believing, trying, learning, and being appreciative.”

In the days leading up to the finals, the actor-model tweeted a video of herself worshipping at Amritsar’s Golden Temple, writing that she is “already a winner.”

“Faith is something that can’t be seen. It’s palpable. It’s the emotion I’m experiencing right now. I believe in God, my family, and the many benefits you have bestowed upon me. I’ve enjoyed my voyage, and as the pageant draws to a close, I’d like to relive memories with my family, my Punjab. I want you to know that I appreciate each and every one of you, as well as all of the experiences I’ve had over the last 1.5 months. I’m already a champion. I’ve got you all. “I’ll see you at the Miss Universe Finale in 2021!” she posted

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