When she was crowned “I Am She” Miss Asia Pacific World 2011, it was a dream come true for a 19-year old Indian beauty who is an alumnus of Jain University. Out of 57 competitive contestants, Tanvi Singla carved a path for herself and reached the top. Her eventful journey as a model has been flecked with pleasant surprises and hard work which helped her to achieve the big title.
The B.Com graduate from Jain University who was born in Panipat and brought up in Ooty and Mysuru later moved to Bangalore for higher education. Currently, Tanvi heads the Operation & Branding department for an organization named Indian Princess which is a beauty pageant based in Mumbai. Besides that, she has worked as a cover model for Forbes Magazine and Kalyan Jewellers. Her never-give-up attitude provided her wonderful opportunities to work with popular fashion designers such as Manish Malhotra, Manish Arora, Rohit Bal, and Rocky S. Tanvi has received her training under former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen’s company I Am She for a brief period of time.
The 24-year-old young Indian beauty dedicates her success to her mother who made her independent from an early age and encouraged her to pursue her dreams. Tanvi also represented India in the international chapter of the Miss Asia Pacific World India 2011 in South Korea. A bit of luck and determination got her into the contest as a wild card entry. The pretty damsel who grew up as a tomboy stepped into the glitzy world of modeling by participating in the Scooty Teen Diva contest in 2008.
The fiercely independent model who has scorched international headlines has traversed an unconventional path which catapulted her to global attention in 2011. While representing India at the eminent title of Miss Asia Pacific as a sparkling model, she returned as the fourth runner-up in the competition. Tanvi, who is an experienced exponent of Karate, also made it through to the coveted Femina Miss India, one of India’s famed beauty contests at the age of 18. She looks forward to be part of Bollywood in future but is not hankering for it.