Jan 12, 2009

Tollywood Celebrity 'Parvathy Omanakuttan' Interview

Parvathy Omanakuttan, who won the first Runner Up title at the 2008 Miss World pageant in Johannesburg, is the aspiring beauty queen from Kerala. She was felicitated by Fashion and Film Talent Association (FFTA) yesterday at a function held in Hotel Novotel while she visited Hyderabad. The function was organized by First Copy Productions. After the event Parvathy had a small chit-chat with the press and media at Hitex. Some excerpts –

While in Johannesburg on a week’s tour with other Miss World contestants, I had a great experience. Although I was a little disappointed when they announced my name as runner-up, it took me few seconds to realize that my dream has come true. Yes! I’m still a winner for the people and it is an amazing journey for me all the way from Kerala to Johannesburg.

Speaking about her interest in films the twenty year old Parvathy said “I’m open to Bollywood as well as Southern Film Industries. Infact, waiting for good opportunities which can fetch me more of performance oriented roles. I was brought up in Mumbai and basically I’m a movie buff, hence I watch lot of Hindi films and Malayalam, being my mother tongue I watch Malayalam films as well. Though I have little knowledge about Telugu and Tamil films, I watch them too. Well, to mention about my favourite actors, I like Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek and Hrithik Roshan in Hindi, Mammooty and Prithviraj in Malayalam, Nagarjuna and Mahesh Babu in Telugu and Rajinikanth in Tamil.

Talking about the people in South she said that in early days most of the families used to be very traditional and follow their customs. Girls from such families were never exposed much to the world. Hence they had a wrong notion about the film and fashion industry. But off late the trend has changed. We find our Southern girls at par with girls from North giving tough competition.

Advising the upcoming models, “Smile is the best medicine to keep ourselves healthy. It is advisable for anyone not to experiment with their body especially their skin and hair. The love, affection, humility, respect and caring nature are the symbols of perfect beauty. Along with these qualities, how we carry ourselves with the body language is most important. Beauty is a mixture of inner moral qualities and outer appearance” said the sexy queen Parvathy.

Lastly speaking about her personal interest, “My passion is music and dance. I love Hyderabad and am fond of Charminar and Chudi Bazaar. Not to speak of the delicious Hyderabadi food”.