Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu’s Biography: Twenty-one years later, the title of Miss Universe went to a 21-year-old Indian girl. After Sushmita Sen and Lara Dutt, she is the third Indian woman to be crowned Miss Universe. In the Miss Universe pageant held in Eila, Israel, Harnaaz Sandhu (Miss 7Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu) beat the contestants from 79 countries all over the world.
The whole world is engrossed in the glimpse of Harnaz’s beautiful smile. A total of nine women personalities like Adriana Lima, Urvashi Rautela, Lori Harvey were on the bench.Dedicating this honor to her country, the new Miss Universe 2021 Harnaz said, “It has been 64 days since I was selected as the country’s representative in Miss Universe 2021. There was love, joy and hard work along the way. I have been able to stand on this stage as India today, your love and prayers were with me. Many thanks to my family for standing by. Many thanks to all my designers and panelists for seeing me this way. I would not have been able to achieve this today without the help of all of you, so thank you all.”
Harnaz wrote in her Instagram bio, “Shine like the whole Universe is yours” And just like that, she was really chosen as the best beauty in the whole universe by the magic of her beauty and intelligence.
Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu’s Age & Education: Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu was born in Chandigarh, Punjab.Then she and her family moved to Chandigarh. Harnaz grew up there.Harnaz started her modeling career at the age of 17. However, she did not allow any shortcomings in her studies for modeling. Harnaz passed the Class XII examination from Shivalik Public School in Chandigarh. After that, she graduated from Government College for Girls. Harnaz also has a bachelor’s degree in information and technology.
From the age of 17, Harnaz started participating in beauty pageants. In several competitions, Harnaz also became the winner. These include Times Fresh Face Miss Chandigarh 2017, Miss Max Emerging Star India 2018, Femina Miss India Punjab 2019 and LIVA Miss Diva Universe 2021.
Harnaz won everyone’s heart in the final speech. Harnaz said, “The problem facing the youth of this time is to lose confidence in themselves. Stop comparing yourself to others. Rather, talk about what is happening worldwide. You are your own voice. I am standing on this stage today because I believe in myself.”