July 02, 2022
Ayana Routray is a current 12th-grade humanities student at DAV Public School unit-8 BBSR who has a passion for anchoring, dancing, sketching, and singing. In addition to these, she enjoys writing poetry and learning about different cultures and ideas, both of which thrills her much.
2. What really excited you to be a part of such a grand pageant?
When I’m on the stage presenting myself, I always feel a hundred times stronger and self-assured because I feel like I have the capacity to change things. So, participating in such a prestigious pageant was what most excites me, but aside from that, it was undoubtedly my mother’s unwavering encouragement that propelled me forward.
3. Was everything already planned, did you wish to be a model?
It was really more of a dream of mine. This desire became a reality thanks to my perseverance, self-assurance, exposure, and family support.
4. What is your dream revolution?
I simply want to live a life that has meaning, and if I could do that, it would be a revolution.
5. Being a girl is too hard to walk the streets with such pride?
Time and people’s mindsets both change over time. And all I’ve seen so far is the good that time has done for me; people now recognize and value me, which makes me walk with pride.
6. Are you planning to be an actor?
If ever provided with a chance to be an actor, I would definitely appreciate it as I mentioned earlier am a keen enthusiast and always open to new experiences.
7. Lastly, how did you feel talking to the interview times?
The “Interview Times” strikes me as a superb platform for communicating with the outside world. I did, therefore, like chatting with the interviewers. I’m grateful.
INTERVIEWED BY- PRISITA DAS
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