Sunanda Dhar is an Indian American that moved to United States in 2010. She was always involved in dancing and acting. She was a finalist for Miss India Georgia. Apart from pageants she also does modeling and photoshoots for various photographers. She is collaborating for a video shoot for a upcoming Indian song and always look forward to learning new things in life.
How does it feel to be selected as one of the Abners Angels?
It’s a great honor to be considered and be selected to be part of this distinguished list. Definitely a great feeling of accomplishment, a proud moment and a much cherished memory.
What made you become a model?
Right from childhood, I had a great interest in fashion and would take part in local pageants. I soon realized that this was something I could pursue since this gave me great joy, happiness and a sense of achievement.
What do you think you look the sexiest in?
The traditional Indian attire is something that I look the sexiest in and very specifically the “Saree”. which I absolutely love.
Would you ever get plastic surgery?
No, I believe in natural beauty. This is something that we have come with in this world and I would want to keep it that way.
How many times have you been published?
What are some of the perks working as a model?
Meeting new folks, interacting with talented individuals from the fashion industry and constantly looking at the next new thing and innovating are definitely some of the perks.
What is your biggest fear?
Fear of heights and roller coasters.
What is something you were looking forward to, that got ruined by the Corona Virus?
A visit to Italy and Spain during the summer and visiting my parents in India.
What three places would you love to travel to?
I love beaches, so I would love to travel to all the places which has beautiful white sand beaches. One of my favorites has been las Cabo’s. I have been to Paris, but if given a chance I can go any number of times. Just love the whole ambiance and the beauty of the city, it feels like picturesque. Lastly, Brazil is one place which I would love to explore, because of its immense nature’s beauty.
Name one thing from your childhood that kids these days wouldn’t understand?
While growing up, we were not given many choices of things due to limited budgets. We had to wait for years to get things from our wish lists. That’s why I feel the value and importance for the things were more, as compare to today as I see children get things easily and that’s why they get bored out of it soon too. This is what I feel children of today’s generation might not understand.
How can everyone keep in contact with you on social media?
I am very active on Instagram, anyone can follow my page @traveltheworldlady to follow my photos and videos.