Just be yourself! :Varna Sampath speaks about Miss South India contest
She is a teacher, an entrepreneur and a dreamer. She has her own dance school “Varna nrithashaala” and is teaching over 150 students. She is doing her PhD in life sciences and, she is aiming for the Miss Queen of India title and finally, to represent India in Miss Asia contest. There is no stopping her and she is all charged up. Talking to unique times over the phone Varna is her usually bubbly self while describing her journey “I am going to the gym regularly, doing my dance practices and am taking precautions as well. Miss Queen of India is my next step and I will come back”
Varna Sampath is second runner up in 2017 Miss South India contest, presented by Manappuram finance limited and the programme is directed by Ajit Ravi and his wife Jebitha, Pegasus team co-organised the event. Bavithra B from Tamil Nadu won the main title and Reshma R K Nambiar, from Kerala, won the first runner up title. Varna speaks candidly, “When I participated in Miss South India contest, I had no expectations whatsoever but was determined to give my best shot. I am a dancer, therefore my priority was to win “Miss talented” subtitle as a lot of students from my school are looking up to me and I wanted to give my best performance on that platform. Winning that subtitle was like a relief for me and daunting too as the competition is really intense in this contest”. About the losing the main crown to Bavithra, the Karnataka beauty chuckled as she spoke, “I didn’t know if I would be reaching top 6 out of the 18 competitive girls. When I reached that position, as part of the human nature, I hoped to win the main crown. I will be lying if I say that I was not disappointed when my name was called too soon. I felt a tad bit sad but euphoria overcame that because there I am standing before the crowd wearing that crown. So, it meant a great deal for me. I was happy for Bavithra. All 18 contestants were competitive but in a healthy manner. We lifted each other’s spirits and applauded at their victories. That is what we should do during any competition”.