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Pictures: Former Miss India Ruhi Singh raises temperature in a beach

15 January 2020, 7 AM
Mumbai: Former Miss India Ruhi Singh, who made her Bollywood debut with Madhur Bhandarkar's drama film 'Calendar Girls,' has managed to impress her fans with her stunning bikini pictures. Born in the 'Pink City', Jaipur, Ruhi dreamt to become a singer.

However, destiny had planned something else for her. She joined modelling industry in 2011 and since then, there was no looking back for her. She was placed in the top 10 when she participated in the Femina Miss India in 2012.


Ruhi got real success when Femina Miss India chose her to represent India at the first edition of Miss Universal Peace and Humanity, where she won and became the first-ever winner.

Talking about her achievement, Ruhi said, 'It feels amazing when I make my parents proud and bring a smile on their faces with the kind of work I do.

My world revolves around them.' 'Miss India has changed my life, it gave me an opportunity to be confident and meet so many different kinds of people from around the world. It takes a lot to speak in front of so many people and win an international title. I think it is the best thing to have happened to my life,' she added.

In the year 2014, Ruhi was named one of the Top 25 Most Desirable Women in India (2014) by the Times of India. Apart from Bollywood, Ruhi is also a fan of Tamil movies and made her Tamil debut with 'Bongu'. Blessed with a charming personality, Ruhi never fails to disappoint her fans and entertains them with some of her bold pictures.

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‘The underrated’ In life we are made to compete with people from a very young age. We keep fighting for attention, acknowledgement, achievement. This is about a fake belief system that we develop over the years as a result of that constant competition- Am I good enough? We seek constant approval from the society, from our partners, new friendships- trying to fit in- it’s all a vicious circle. People in power constantly reject us or select us- unknowingly affecting our self esteem at the deepest levels. Especially in our industry- it’s a journey of absolute uncertainty. Everyone always tells me how much I deserve in life and how underrated I am and how I’m so much better than so many out there. But then they hardly contribute anything to my upliftment and all they do is feel sorry for me. Ruhi you’re so damn good, so talented, blah blah blah. And then they leave. (Lol). That just makes a bigger hole in my heart and even I feel sorry for myself. Yesterday I had an epiphany while feeling bad for myself as usual, That who is anyone to tell you if you’re good enough? Even if you deserve all this greatness, why do You need opportunities to prove that to other people? Why can’t You just embark in your glory and enjoy all this greatness 😄 live every moment and just be happy! You know you’re awesome, why do you need other people’s approval! We are blessed to be comfortable, in fact we are surviving pretty well, then why are we stressed. Why do we need achievements or winning arguments or shining in parties or man made awards to define us? And the truth is that there is no end to this hunger and greed of acknowledgement. Why can’t happiness motivate us instead? I think our next goal should be to be more joyous and kind than we’ve ever been before. You know very well what You can do- and you do not actually need anyone to tell you if you’re capable or entertaining or passionate enough. You do not need constant judgements on yourself. Please take all that power that you give others and give it to yourself. Be your own judge. And remember these moments that you’re wasting worrying are not coming back because only time has value. Nothing else.
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