Miss World Bangladesh 2017 | The Daily Star
  • Tasnim Anika

    Tasnim Anika

    My father, Moinuddin Ahmed is a musician and he performed for the band 'Jamming' in Chittagong back in the days. You could say that I have been exposed to modern music since childhood, and I have always wanted to be a singer. I tried my luck in the program 'Power Voice 2012' and ended up in the top 10. I would say that that was the beginning of my musical career.

  • Jessia Islam

    Jessia Islam (Model)

    I never have any particular plans for New Year's Eve beforehand. I will probably spend it with my family and friends.

  • Jannatul Ferdoush Peya

    I am done with studying law, and I am giving my exams for the license. I would ideally want to be a Barrister, as well as continue my media work.

  • Shampa Reza

    Shampa Reza

    It is indeed. I have to say that I previously have never believed in beauty pageants as such, as I still think 'beauty' is a subjective matter. I never even watched any miss world competitions.

  • Iconic Magician of Bangladesh Jewel Aich


    From my perspective, I don't find them very respectable. I will say that I respect the women participating in such contests, but the concept of such contests is an insult to women.

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