Speaking of the best memory of her life, she said, “My dad used to work in
Soumya thinks nothing will be easy, so keep going and keep doing your best and be proud of yourself every day. Telling her story of struggle, “I started modeling when I was 18; it was filled with extremely harsh ups and downs and rejections that made me question and base my worth on the fact that Whether or not I would get a modeling job. That’s the problem with modeling, it’s a thirst that’s almost never quenched. Most of the time, I had too much or too little on my plate. When there was too much, there was mad pressure I put on myself to get things done, and when there wasn’t enough, I would sink into a puddle of self-pity and existential crisis.”
She added, “I would struggle to maintain a balance between the two. Your mind can be your greatest strength or your greatest enemy, depending on how much attention you pay to it, and I always struggle to find the difference between the truth and the lies my mind tells me I hope to make peace with the fact that my mind is as ignorant and naive as me and the rest of the world.
She considers Femina
After joining forces with an NGO, she realizes her goal and embarks on the training of disadvantaged young people.
According to her, “The youth are the backbone of our country. They make up more than half of the country’s population, and because I believe in unity and numbers there is strength, I aim to use the group of majority and healthiest population of our country to bring about real change. The basis of all success is knowledge and education. Therefore, my goal would be to educate and empower the disadvantaged youth of our country and to encourage and inspire more Indians along the way to do the same.
She describes her personality as a mix of resilient, hardworking and humble girl who uses her wit and sense of humor to overcome life’s ups and downs. With patience, perseverance and kindness, she seizes this chance to bring about change in society. And we wish her all the best for her run in the national pageant of VLCC presents Femina Miss India 2022 co-powered by Sephora, Moj & Rajnigandha Pearls.
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