City girl Diksha Rahulkar shines at Mr/Miss/Mrs India Queen & King 2020 organised to pay tribute to the frontline worriors of COVID-19 by SK Stars Sonia Khatana and Sandeep Goswami in New Delhi.
Diksha was adjudged the second runner-up in the Miss India Queen category, which saw participants from many States. The participants were judged by a jury of eminent personalities based on two rounds, first was the western look round and the other was the couple round.
“I had an inclination for modelling from my school days and would admire models on TV and would dream of stepping intheir shoes one day. I would try to learn the little nuances of ramp walk from YouTube and would strive hard to make my self presentable on stage and polish my personality,” said the Diksha.
The 26-year-old gave credit to her family and her who supported her and encouraged her to close friend to do her best in all spheres of life.
Diksha follows a strict routine of exercise and maintains a balanced diet. “I want to pursue modelling and acting as a career option and I am fascinated by the‘City of Dreams’ Mumbai and would certainly try my luck.
I would also like to see myself as a supermodel and aspire to become a known face in the television industry,”affirms the Diksha.