[Watch] Harnaaz Sandhu’s reply to Final Question at Miss Universe 2021

Bhubaneswar: Harnaaz Sandhu of India was today crowned Miss Universe 2021. Before her, only two Indians had won the Miss Universe title– Sushmita Sen in 1994 and Lara Dutta in 2000.

Punjab-based Harnaaz Sandhu represented the country at the 70th Miss Universe pageant held in Eilat, Israel. The first and the second runners-up were Paraguay and South Africa, respectively.

During the Top 3 round, the three contestants were asked the same question: “What advice would you give to young women on how to deal with the pressures they face today?”

“The biggest pressure the youth of today is facing is to believe in themselves, to know that you are unique and that’s what makes you beautiful. Stop comparing yourselves with others and let’s talk about more important things that’s happening worldwide. This is what you need to understand. Come out, speak for yourselves because you are the leader of your life, you are the voice of your own. I believed in myself and that’s why I am standing here today,” replied Harnaaz.


In the Top 5 round, she was asked, “Many people think climate change is a hoax, what would you do to convince them otherwise?”

She said, “My heart breaks to see how nature is going through a lot of problems, and it is all due to our irresponsible behaviour. I totally feel that this is the time to take action and talk less. Because our each action could save or kill nature. Prevent and protect is better than repent and repair and this is what I am trying to convince you guys today.”

Harnaaz was presented the crown by Andrea Meza, former Miss Universe 2020 from Mexico.

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