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Manpreet Brar

Manpreet Brar
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born (1973-06-09) 9 June 1973
Occupation Model
Height 173 cm (5 ft 8 in)
Title(s) Femina Miss India Universe 1995
Miss Universe 1995
(1st Runner Up)
Major
competition(s)
Femina Miss India Universe 1995
(Winner)
Miss Universe 1995
(1st Runner-Up)

Manpreet Brar is and Indian Model and winner of Miss India crown in 1995. She was then first runner-up at the 1995 Miss Universe pageant.

Early life

Manpreet was born on 9 June 1973 to a Sikh family in New Delhi, India. She did her graduation from Lady Irwin College, Delhi. She was an honours student of Community Resource Management and Extension. Manpreet was also the college president in her final year B.Sc.

Career

She was crowned Femina Miss India Universe 1995 by the reigning Miss Universe Sushmita Sen. She participated in the Miss Universe 1995 held in Namibia and was crowned 1st Runner-Up behind Miss USA Chelsi Smith. Upon her return to India she did several fashion shows. Brar modeled an ethnic wardrobe designed by Ritu Kumar and financed by The Times of India.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Carolina Gómez
Miss Universe 1st Runner-Up
1995
Succeeded by
Taryn Mansell
Preceded by
Sushmita Sen
Miss Universe India
1995
Succeeded by
Sandhya Chib


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