Manushi Chhillar, is one of the stylish divas of the glamour industry, especially in India. Not only this, she is the perfect example of beauty with brains. She is usually seen globetrotting for different events and functions but amidst the busy schedule, she always takes out time to enjoy the serenity and adventures in whichever city she might be and all that the place has to offer. Currently, the diva is in Sanya city in China. Earlier today, she took to Instagram to share her pictures in a monokini.anushi Chhillar Enjoys Her Day in China as She Becomes a Water Baby in Red And Pink Monokini – Miss World 2017,
In the pictures, she is seen donning a pink and red monokini paired with aviators. She is seen carrying a floating tube as she gears up to take a dip in the pool. Well, her posing game is bang on and her smile will definitely wipe-off your Monday blues.
Sharing the post, she captioned it as, “My attempt at NOT being lazy at the lazy river.”
Earlier, she was at the Haikou Exhibition and Convention Center in China to attend the 68th Miss World ceremony. On December 8, 2018, contestants from 118 nations will compete to win the Miss World 2019. Besides this, she had also taken out some time for herself and was seen wearing a hot-looking bikini while enjoying at a beach in China. Wearing a white bikini, Manushi Chhillar was looking smoking hot, as always.
Check out her pictures here:
Needless to say, Manushi has all the charms of becoming the next big starlet in B-town. Most of the time, she shares a lot of pictures through her Instagram account and is quite active on social media. She loves to keep her fans updated about the things that are going on in her life.
On a related note, Manushi Chhillar was crowned the 54th Femina Miss India World 2017 by the outgoing Femina Miss India World 2016 Priyadarshini Chatterjee at the finale event held in Mumbai at Raj Studios. She represented her home-state Haryana, as the Miss India Haryana 2017, at the Femina Miss India 2017 and competed with 29 other contestants from different Indian states.