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Natasha Paracha from Islamabad has been crowned Miss Pakistan World 2008 at the Versailles Convention Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. It will symbolize Pakistan in various international pageants. The event brought young Pakistani women from around the world to fight for what could be considered the most controversial crown in the pageant world. The event was highlighted on beauty, talent and cultural strength while the young women to feel a part of the mainstream instead of an outcast in the Western world. For six years, founder and creative director of the election, Sonia Ahmed has seen the beauty and the entertainment world are beginning to embrace its community in a very rapid and robust manner.


Natasha Paracha - Miss Pakistan 2008

Natasha Paracha - Miss Pakistan 2008 had an exclusive interview with Miss Pakistan World 2008 Natasha Peracha: -

1. The road to stardom; How long has it been taken and it’s fun?
I think stardom is a long way and does not end at the same starting point. This great honor was my first step in this long road and I hope that other major successes in the future.

2. Along the way, who is your mentor? Were the family and the Pakistani link, an obstacle in any way?
It is always important to people who support you and believe in your neighborhood to have. My biggest support is my mentor and mother. She has always led me to do right and true to myself.

3. Share with us the joy that filled your life, once you reach the title of Miss Pakistan?
I was very excited when the announcement was made and felt very grateful to God for giving me this honor distinguished.

4. What the future will be Miss Universe?
I am very excited to represent Pakistan in Miss Earth in Manila this November.

5. How hard do you work a perfect physique and the look on your face to keep?
Well I think perfect is a term that differs from the perception, but I think the key to health is to eat well and exercise regularly.

6. Regular training for hours and hours can be unnerving, do you agree and do you take time off just to relax, sleep and eat at will?
Of course! I think it’s always important time in your day to relax you and the things people love most, in my case to do was sleep and eat high on the list.

7. Tell us about yourself.
I graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in political science and business administration. I was also the founder of the Pakistan Student Association at Berkeley. I currently work as chairman of the Pakistan Business for a renewable energy organization in the United Nations.

8. Some of your personal wishes included a meeting with the Pakistani president. Did you this controversial?
(This does not apply to me, this is related to the Miss Pakistan World 2007 – Mahleej Sarkari)

9. The social structure in Pakistan consists broadly of two categories – the Islamists and liberals, Are you in any way afraid of the Islamists?
I’m not sure I agree with your broad categories. I think there are many kinds of categories and one I’m most concerned about the extremists, those who believe that they harm people is a way of society and political issues to resolve. I am very interested in working on ways of improving the quality of life and politics in order to improve the growth of such extremist groups to counter.

10. Family life is yours is normal, every back would like to share with us?
I am very happy to be part of a large and close family. We are always very supportive of each other and value the importance of relationships.

11. As a beauty, how long do you think your career will last?
I am very flattered by the fact that I as a beauty, but to be honest with myself I always make my brains over beauty. I’m working on many exciting projects for the United Nations in the field of renewable energy works. I will also pursue my JD / MBA, so I think my career has just begun and Miss Pakistan is a great springboard to help me in my long life and career as God wills it so.

12. Once this goes away, you are planning to start a business?
I hope to continue working on the development efforts in Pakistan.

13. Are you a strict discipline? And how do you respond to a glance and you turned neck problem?
I was raised with disciplined parents and relatives, so it is something that is ingrained in me. With respect to tail, I believe most women somewhat uncomfortable when it comes to a rude thing to do.

14. Have you considered reaching upcoming models, to give them a sense of direction?
I have a feeling that one has 110% in anything and everything they put their minds to give. It is vital to strive for the best.

15. What if your mother appears to be outdated?
I’m too old fashioned in many respects. I intend to be respectful to everyone a part of the family from whom I married into.

16. How you look at the forbidden fruit, like going out with a boyfriend, pop culture and alcohol?
I think they should on their own values, morals and right look for themselves what is right and wrong.

17. The oft-repeated term “female sexual objects to be used by men” Have you over?

I think you would be hard pressed to anyone who has “gotten over the” find. I believe that people in this world and will always adapt to the fact that women are much more than just objects and have careers and aspirations of their own.

18. Got a message for Pakistani young girls?

No matter how hard they go after your dreams!

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