Shining all the way from Guwahati, Assam , 31 year old Roshni Hassan is the winner of Mrs. United Nations 2017 and People’s Choice Ambassador subtitle. The finale was held on 8th July 2017 at Kingston, Jamaica. Apart from dedicating her time as a successful businesswoman in a construction company, this beauty queen loves playing badminton, reading and writing stories. Roshni has been awarded at many events like INIFD 20 yrs of Alumni meet, North East India Fashion and many more. She has invited to judge prestigious events such as Eastern Fashion Legacy (the biggest fashion show that takes place at Hyatt in kolkata every year), Dy 365 (news channel) Calendar girl/boy Hunt, Miss India North East, Oriflame Face of North East and many more!
The former 2nd runner up winner of Mrs. India Earth 2016 talks about her journey and experiences at the United Nations Pageant.
What is United Nations Pageants all about?
United Nations Pageants is a broad pageant. It has Mr, Miss, Mrs categories, along with Mr teen and Miss teen. This pageant is not just about beauty, but also about reaching out to the less fortunate. It teaches all the participants to use the platform to help others and make a difference in everyone’s lives.
What do you think is the essence of winning this pageant?
I feel that we, as Indians, are very emotional and hardworking. I believe, my affection towards the less fortunate communities and my communication skills won the judges’ hearts.
What is the most memorable moment from the pageant that stands out from the rest?
The most memorable moment in the pageant was the day that we went to Balmagie primary school and we cooked for more than 700 children. The excitement and joy of having food served to them with love was evident in every child’s face. This was an amazing experience, not just for me but for all the participants.
How did you best promote India and Assamese culture at an international platform like this?
We had a National Costume round where I wore Mekhela Sador and during Talent competition, I sang a hindi and an assamese song, and this is how I helped promote India and Assam at the pageant!
What are the top-five positive things you learned from the pageant?
Beauty is temporary, a beautiful heart is permanent, Believe in Karma, Have patience, Educate people and Never underestimate others.
Where do you see yourself in the next ten years?
I see myself as an Industrialist, a famous writer and an activist in the next 10 yrs.
How has your family shaped your aspirations?
All the credit for my success goes to my family, especially my husband. They have always encouraged me in every step and to work hard.
What advocacy do you want to promote to the society?
I have a belief that together we can do wonders, so I want to request everyone to come together and work towards the betterment of the society. Let us all join hands and reach out to the less fortunate.