Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar made awareness about menstrual hygiene with his movie Padman. The movie was a huge hit and also a huge eye-opener for the entire nation.
Well, after Akki, Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar successfully launched the world's first compostable menstrual hygiene sanitary napkin machine today. This day also marks the 100th birth anniversary of South Africa's legendary anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela.
Miss Chhillar launched the machine at Nelson Mandela's hometown in Mvezo. The beauty Queen is part of the historic centenary celebrations of Nelson Mandela and has made India proud by being a part of such a great work.
Take a look at the pics here:
In one of the pics, she is seen operating the world's first compostable menstrual hygiene pad machine. While in the other picture Chhillar shows the pads that are made by her team with her help of the machine.
The beautiful lady was seen posing for the shutterbugs flashing her infectious smile. Manushi looked every bit gorgeous in an off-white floral mini dress. She flaunted her beautiful crown and made everyone go gaga over her beauty.
In other snaps, Manushi was seen celebrating the 100th birth anniversary of Nelson Mandela with the locals over there in South Africa. She also posed with them for the cameras.
Manushi gained overnight popularity when she was crowned as Miss World 2017. Since then, there was no looking back. Manushi is continuously travelling around the globe and attending various beauty contests and events. She has also been caught hanging out with Bollywood celebrities at award shows.
Manushi recently bagged an ad commercial with Bollywood hot sensation Ranveer Singh for Club Factory which is one of the leading online websites. She was signed up as a brand ambassador for Malabar Gold and Diamonds, one of the world’s largest retail jeweller groups. She starred in this ad alongside Bollywood beauty Kareena Kapoor Khan. She was named as the Times Most Desirable Women of India 2017.
The beauty is likely to be seen in many such ads and even movies in the future.