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Miss India Asia Pacific 2017 winner Sonika Roy recently won two subtitles

Bhubhaneswar:2/12/17;Miss India Asia Pacific 2017 winner and Femina Miss India finalist 2015 Sonika Roy has recently won two subtitles — Miss Zanea Online Asia Pacific International 2017 and Miss People’s Choice Award Miss Asia Pacific international 2017 — at Miss Asia Pacific International 2017 held in Philippines in November.

She won Miss Zanea Online at Asia Pacific International 2017 in public voting receiving the highest online votes. One of her photos got 50,000 likes and 39,000 shares online. The most talented young woman could not believe when her name was announced to bag Miss People’s Choice Award at the grand finale of Miss Asia Pacific international 2017.

Sharing her experience here, Sonika said that she has come back to her homeland with a lot of memories, love from people of Philippines. Even though, it was her first international beauty pageant in her career, she learnt many things abroad.Sonika participated in many rounds during the beauty pageant. She went through a hectic schedule and worked hard in the past 21 days to win the titles in various categories in Philippines.She won first subtitle in National Costume Competition at Miss Asia Pacific International 2017 representing India.Sonika had offer from Ollywood to prove her acting talent in films. She had debuted in ollywod through sanjayaNayak film Rangilababa

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