I was born actress, says Navneet K. Dhillon
Mumbai, January 7: Former Miss India Navneet Kaur Dhillon, who makes her debut with the romantic film “Loveshhuda’, says that she was a “born actress”.
When asked if beauty alone was enough to pull someone through in the industry, Navneet said: “Talent is necessary because acting is a totally different field as compared to beauty pageants or ramp walks. They are two different lines so talent is needed but I always thought I was a born actress and my father is aware about this fact.”
The actress was present at the trailer launch of “Loveshhuda’ on Wednesday.
The film directed by Vaibhav Mishra depicts the story about love and friendship. It will release on February 5.
She is paired opposite Girish Kumar in the film, who’ll be seen after his debut “Ramaiya Vastavaiya”.
Navneet says that “he is very supportive and hardworking”.
She is also working in Punjabi film titled “Ambarsariya” with Diljit Dosanjh which is set to release in 2016. The film’s poster was released on 6 January, 2016. January 6, also happens to be Diljit Dosanjh’s birthday. The film is being directed by Mandeep Kumar.
Navneet is a model and former Miss World 2013 Contestant. She is the winner of Pond’s 50th edition of Femina Miss World India 2013 that was held in Mumbai on March 24, 2013. She belongs to Patiala, Punjab. She won Miss Multimedia Award during Miss World 2013 Beauty Pageant, however failed to get the Crown.
Her father is an Army officer. Education in initial years was at Army Public School, Ambala Cantt, and she finally settled in Patiala and finished her secondary education from Budha dal public school, Patiala.
She then chose B tech. in TV and MEDIA from Punjabi University, Patiala and currently she resides at Salaria Vihar in Patiala. Along with modeling, she also has interest in photography, swimming, horse-riding. She is a media student in Punjabi University, Patiala.
She was crowned as the Femina Miss India World 2013 on 24 March 2013. Navneet was also crowned Femina Miss Timeless Beauty. She faced with a question of what her one regret would be if she were to die the following day, to which she replied as
“The only thing I would regret would be not having done as much for society as I would like to. Issues of women’s empowerment and child labour and other social evils are a big concern.”
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