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In conversation with Kaheli Chophy

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By EMN Updated: Dec 08, 2015 10:34 pm

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EASTERN MIRROR: From Miss Sumi 2014 to 1st Runner up Miss Nagaland 2014 and 1st Runner up Ponds Eclectic Model Hunt 2015, you have achieved a lot. What kept you motivated to involve yourself in pageants?
Kaheli Chophy: Taking part in Miss Sumi pageant was the first and biggest step I had ever taken, the best learning experience I had. Modeling has always been what I wanted to do, so to achieve and learn more had kept me motivated.

EASTERN MIRROR: How did you get into modeling? Was it something you always wanted to do or did it just happen after your Miss Sumi 2014 title?
Kaheli Chophy: Modeling I believe is a good career if we are determined, diligent and passionate about it. For me modeling is my passion and I am willing to work hard for it.

EASTERN MIRROR: Please share your experience of winning 1st runner up at the Ponds Eclectic Model hunt 2015.
Kaheli Chophy: My journey through the Ponds Eclectic model hunt has helped me to be more confident and wise. New bonds were made and I learned so many new things, in fact it was a humble experience. I gained confidence in myself, something which will help me when new opportunities arise.

EASTERN MIRROR: What differences have you experienced from your participation in your home state and at the Northeast level?
Kaheli Chophy: In my experiences, I think the difference between our state and in North East level is in the grooming session because I believe the grooming session of Ponds Eclectic Model hunt was great. It covers all round development such as personality development, stress management, confidence training, how to be presentable on stage and many more. They will be invaluable skills for any modelling career.

EASTERN MIRROR: Talk us through the memories and lessons that you have learned from your stint at Ponds Eclectic Model Hunt 2015?
Kaheli Chophy: I had my best moments during my stay in PEMH .The love and care of friends and mentors inspired me a lot, memories which I will cherish forever. Being a title holder of PEMH is not just about prestige and honour, it is also about responsibility. It is my role to promote good will and be an example for the upcoming generations.

EASTERN MIRROR: What’s next for Kaheli? Do you intend to participate in more pageants? Piece of advice you would like to convey aspiring girls out there.
Kaheli Chophy: Five years on, I want to see myself as a successful woman so I’ll give my best in everything I do and also grab every opportunity that comes my way. I firmly believe that attitudes towards modeling have to become more positive, girls with potential have to be groomed from a very early age so that they can pursue their dreams.The newly crowned 1st Runner up of Ponds Eclectic Model Hunt 2015, Kaheli Chophy was born to be in the limelight. Since winning Miss Sumi 2014 she has been ruling the ramp and beauty pageants. A post graduate in Political Science, she also holds the title of 1st Runner up, Miss Nagaland 2014. This beauty queen is a combination of ‘beauty and brain’ and has proved it by winning pageants she has participated so far.
Eastern Mirror’s ‘Style Spot’ caught up with Kaheli for a chit chat and this is what she has to say…….

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By EMN Updated: Dec 08, 2015 10:34:15 pm
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