Manasa Varanasi, who was recently crowned VLCC Femina Miss India World 2020, is an analyst with a financial firm. With 5 feet 8 inches tall, the stunning Manasa Varanasi has also claimed the Miss Rampwalk title at the pageant. Manasa Varanasi did her schooling from Kuala Lumpur’s Global Indian School and did her graduation from the Vasavi College of Engineering in Hyderabad.
In a recent interview after winning the title, the Miss India World 2020 said that she felt gratitude and was always motivated to use her title for good. She also said that no achievement comes without discipline, effort and sacrifice. Manasa Varanasi has placed Telangana on the world map after her win and stated that she was thankful for giving back something to her state, which has a major role in shaping her life and career.
Her parents were not initially enthusiastic about her ambition and hence the model had to continue to balance work and preparation. Her future plan is mainly focused on social work projects and at the same time continues her work on ramp walks. She is also planning to spend a lot of time in getting the perfect wardrobe and styling in place.
After her win, she stated, “I feel gratitude and I’m very motivated to use my title for good. No achievement comes without discipline, effort, and sacrifice. I’m grateful to give back something to the state that has made me who I am.”
Manasa Varanasi is a trained Bharat Natyam dancer and has also got training in Indian sign language. Sunshine, denims and boots are some of Manasa’s favorite things, and consider her smile as the best accessory. Manasa is also a huge fan of American Pulitzer Prize-inning poet Mary Oliver and loves sharing poems. She also gets inspired by several of Mary Oliver’s quotes.