Manasvi Mamgai

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Manasvi Mamgai
Beauty pageant titleholder
Manasvi Mamgai at Water Kingdoms 14th anniversary (2) (cropped).jpg
Born Manasvi Mamgai
(1987-10-10) 10 October 1987 (age 27)
Delhi, India
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Hair color Brown
Eye color Brown
Title(s) Elite Model Look India 2006
Miss Tourism International 2008
Femina Miss India World 2010
Major
competition(s)
Miss Tourism International 2008
(Winner)
Femina Miss India 2010
(Femina Miss India World)
Miss World 2010 (Unplaced)
Elite Model Look India 2006
(Winner)

Manasvi Mamgai (born 10 October 1987)[1]is an Indian Supermodel who was crowned Femina Miss India 2010, Miss Tourism International 2008 and Elite Model Look India in 2006. She represented India at the Miss World 2010 but was unplaced. She made her Bollywood debut in Action Jackson directed by Prabhu Deva opposite Ajay Devgn.

Early life[edit]

Manasvi Mamgai was born in Delhi[2][1] She did her schooling from Chandigarh. While at school she excelled in dancing and skating. By the age of 14 she won multiple state awards in dancing, including "Best Dancer" awards from the Shinchang Institute of Performing Arts and the Chandigarh Art Theatre, and multiple medals in skating. She was also active at the school magazine.[1]

Modeling career[edit]

Mamgai signed up with Elite Model Management India.[3] In the same year she won the Elite Model Look India[4] and also debuted at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, where she was chosen as one of 16 "New Faces Going Places".[citation needed] Since then she has walked the ramp for many top Indian designers,[5] shot campaigns for Fair and Lovely, Tarun Tahiliani,[citation needed] Manish Malhotra[citation needed] and many other, and shot fashion features for top Indian and international magazines.[6]

Beauty pageant career[edit]

Mamgai won the Miss Tourism International held in Malaysia on 31 December 2008.[7][8] On April 30, 2010 she was crowned Femina Miss India, winning five subtitles including Miss Golden Heart and Miss Catwalk in the pageant.[9] She represented India at the Miss World 2010 but was unplaced.[citation needed]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
India Pooja Chopra
Femina Miss India World
2010
Succeeded by
India Kanishtha Dhankhar
Preceded by
Romania Manea Florina
Miss Tourism International
2008
Succeeded by
Germany Sarah Elzanowski