City girl to represent India at Miss Tourism Worldwide


She’s a die-heart Virat Kohli fan, would love to make her Bollywood debut opposite Ranbir Kapoor and is all set to represent India at an international beauty pageant. It’s a matter of great pride for Jharkhand as Ranchi’s beauty 19- year- old Samarpana Singh is going to represent India at Miss Tourism Worldwide, which will be held in Singapore from September 17 to September 23.

“It’s an amazing feeling to be able to represent India at an international platform. I am really honoured and at the same time also very emotional to serve my country at this stage,” said an ecstatic Singh.

Singh has been crowned as the first runner up at Mr. & Miss India Charming Face, which was held on November 24, 2018 in Jaipur. “I got to know about this contest through a friend. It was a great experience participating and competing with 30 contestants from across the country. For this pageant, participants are not selected on the basis of looks, height or complexion but on their confidence and ability to win hears,” recalls Singh.

She has also won INIFD Best Model 2018, Aqua face of the year 2017 and was adjudged the second runner up as the Princess of Jharkhand in 2017.

The aspiring model started her modeling career in Ranchi in 2017 and since then there has been no looking back. “When I got the first opportunity, I had no idea about this field. But I was very keen to learn as former Miss World Aishwarya Rai has always been a great source of inspiration to me,” said Singh.

The young model gives all the credit to Jazpreet Kaur- National Director of Aster Fine Arty Education for giving her this life changing opportunity. Gearing up for the upcoming pageant, Singh is concentrating on her overall personality development including on how to walk the ramp, choreography and personal interview.

Singh is putting her best foot forward to win the title and start her acting career. Facing a lot of hardships because of her height, she feels she has reached this far with sheer perseverance and hard work.

Born in Ranchi, Singh completed her schooling from DAV Public School Gandhinagar and is currently pursuing her graduation in Bachelors of Commerce. She is a yellow belt holder in Karate and is also learning Nunchuk- a Japanese form of martial arts.

Being the only child, Singh feels she owes all her success to her mother Dr. Sheela Tiwari who has been her biggest supporter. “She has raised me single handedly while going through a lot financially and emotionally. She has been my real life inspiration and I just want to thank her for all her love and support,” she further added.

Cut to the future, five years down the line Singh sees herself as a successful actress inspiring million others like her. “For all those who want to enter the modeling industry, just believe in yourself as nothing else matters,” remarked Singh.