Tête-à-Tête With Siddhi Idnani
Siddhi Idnani who was representing the West Zone at Miss TGPC Season 3 won the title fair and square after giving a brilliant performance. Siddhi is now vying to be the sash bearer of India at Miss World 2018, hoping to make the first cut at Femina Miss India 2018, the auditions for which begins next month.
Meanwhile, The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry got an occasion to interact with Siddhi, wherein the very proficient lady unfolded her future plans thereby talking about her aspirations and how her preparations are on full swing regarding the same. Have a look!
Hello, Siddhi. How does it feel to be crowned as Miss TGPC Season 3 Winner?
To be addressed as Miss TGPC Season 3, is quiet an overwhelming feeling. I was really fascinated when I first heard about the Pageant and how unique and different it was, and it was then that I had decided to put my 100% into it . Season 4 is going on now and I would wish all the girls, all the very best.
How has your life changed since the day you were crowned as Miss TGPC?
From being Siddhi Idnani, to Siddhi Idnani Miss TGPC Season 3, It just adds to your over all personality. There is a sense of identity that comes along with the title which is a great feeling.
Tell us something about yourself and how you perceive the adversities and blessings of life?
I am born into a family where I’ve been taught to go ahead and chase my dreams.That life is too short and one must make the most of every single day. I’ve been blessed in multiple ways and been taught that failure and success are like two sides of the same coin and how to deal with both with a smile on my face.
What are your plans to foray in pageantry and how do you wish to accomplish the same?
I was in the 6th grade when my mother had gone to watch the finale of Femina Miss India, when she came back home she spoke so highly of the pageant that since then there has been no looking back. It’s all that I’ve ever wanted. I strongly believe in the law of attraction and that if you put your heart and soul into achieving something then the universe conspires to give it to you. So my immediate plan is to participate in Femina Miss India 2018 and hopefully win it. 🙂 I have my to – do list ready for the pageant and am going to give my 100% into it.
Which incident in your life has motivated you to believe that beauty pageants are totally your cup of tea?
Like I said, I’ve always wanted to achieve something in pageantry. It was that will that made me join The Tiara Pageant Training Studio where I got to train under Ritika Ramtri who is the leading Pageant coach in India. It was there during the one month course and under Ritika Ma’am’s guidance I realized that, pageantry not only is something that I want to excel in, but also that I am good at it and with time and more hard work and effort I can my best version.
Who introduced you to the world of pageantry?
I’ve trained at the Tiara Pageant Training Studio where I was taught about the world of Pageantry.
What quality do you believe you possess which makes you different from other similar talented ladies trying to venture in pageantry?
I have always believed that I have to be the kindest and the most hardworking person in the room, because if I’m not there will be someone better to replace me. Once I make a commitment about something its essential that I put my heart and soul into accomplishing it and I feel that it is that quality that sets me apart from the others.
In which pageant do you see yourself competing a year after and why?
I see myself competing in Fbb Femina Miss India 2018, because that is something that I’ve always wanted. And I feel that the time has come.
Who is your role model and how has he/she helped you to evolve as a person?
My parents are my ultimate role model, amongst the beauty queens Priyanka Chopra is someone whom I really look up to. She is so confident about herself. She owns who she is and has created an empire for herself based purely on hard work and determination. She won Miss World right after Yukta Mookhey making it a back to back and that in itself is remarkable.
India has recently won the Miss World crown, as a vying contestant to bear the sash of India at an international pageant; do you feel any pressure under how people will be expecting you to achieve the same feat? How do you plan to overcome such stress?
Priyanka Chopra won in the year 2000, after Yukta Mookhey in 1999. Anything is possible. 🙂
What is your fitness regime and how do you manage to be fit in the hustle and bustle of your daily schedule?
I am doing a film right now so I barely get the time to workout at the moment so I have to be careful about my food intake so I try to avoid carbs at night and take in as much protein as possible and keep myself hydrated at all times.
What is your message to the people reading this interview?
— Thank you so much for taking some time out from your daily schedule and reading a little something about my life. I hope you enjoyed it, it comes straight from the heart. Please do support me in my journey to accomplish my dreams. 🙂
What is your message to The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry?
TKOP is a great platform and gives out so much information about the world of Pageantry. Its incredible. Keep it up and thank you for giving me this opportunity.
Picture Credits: Mukesh Rathore