India is immensely proud as after seventeen years, an Indian beauty has reigned the illustrious title, Ms. World. More than her achievement, it is her journey that is inspiring. Coming from a small town in Haryana to ruling the world, she has given a lot of hope to young girls who dream big.
Manushi Chhillar is also a perfect example of beauty with brains. She was a medical student at BPS Medical College for Women, Sonipat. To pursue her dream to become a model, she took a break of one year and the rest is history.
Moreover, like any other medical aspirant, she took coaching from the Aakash Institute two years back for her medical competition exams. And now when she is Ms. World, the institute is trying really really hard to show everyone that she is THIER student as if they had trained her to be the model.
Just look at their Dhamakedar selfish promotion:
Plus, they wrote a Facebook post for her which looks like a cheap marketing trick, too.
But yeh public hai…yeh sab jaanti hai.
Just when the institute shared these photos, netizens reminded them what they really do and why they shouldn’t take credit when they don’t deserve it.
This is what people had to say,
Admission le lo.
Meanwhile Aakash Institute using cheap tactic to garner attention so that more students join their institution. pic.twitter.com/yFMB6Jz6o9
— Sagar (@shyggar) November 22, 2017
Appropiation: The onstage chemistry between Manushi Chhillar and the judges was superb.
Aakash: Say no more, fren. pic.twitter.com/0vumpWQjvxAdvertisement— Swaraj Sriwastav (@TheMetalBaccha) November 22, 2017
Oh Yeah…Aakash Institute provides grooming classes too to their students & That’s how Manushi Chhillar managed to win Miss World Title. pic.twitter.com/YPx4rydlBv
— Ser Rohit Sharma (@ImRo450) November 24, 2017
Dur Ke Rishtedaar.
Like An Indian Uncle, Aakash Institute Took Credit For Manushi Chillar Becoming Miss World https://t.co/yjtkmc57eH
— Mohini Rajpal (@MohiniRajpal) November 23, 2017
I so wish.
— SocialSaint (@isocialsaint) November 23, 2017
A mother is enlightened.
Discount first, coaching later.
Well, the internet knows…