Anuprasobhini from Attappadi to be the “queen of beauty”; 17-year-old tribal girl qualifies Miss Kerala Fitness and Fashion 2021 pageant

Change is inevitable, it has to be reflected in every part of the world in every aspect. As a new step to begin something, Anuprasobhini from the Irula tribe of Palakkad is all set to compete in her final round of the Miss Kerala Fitness and Fashion 2021 pageant. Breaking the social fences and barricades, Anu has become the first tribal person in the state to make her way to the final round of beauty pageant title.

Anuprasobhini comes from the Adivasi community from Choriyanoor of Kottathara at Attappadi. The 17-year-old girl is a Plus Two student at the Government Moyan Model Girls HSS in Palakkad, who is upbeat about the attention she has been receiving from across Kerala. Anu wishes to be a medical professional, teacher, model, actor, and more says she feels blessed to be able to chase all those dreams.

Anu has participated in the Miss Kerala fitness and fashion 2021, campaign conducted by Arora film company and she walked through the doors to the final round of the pageant. Being an Adivasi girl, it was not a smooth-paced entry for her when she faced questions from society about her appearance on the ramp. Despite the hardships,  she could make herself and her family proud with her courage and determination.  

Anu’s achievement is further enhanced by the fact that a tribal woman made it to the final round of such a beauty pageant. Additionally, Anu Prasobhini has been active in the arts since her childhood.  He has played a lead role in the film ‘Dabarikkuruvikal’ directed by Priyanandan. Starring only the tribals, the film features Attapadi’s loneliness, beauty, and life of the Adivasi community. Her fatherPalaniswami is also a familiar face for the audience from movies like  “Ayyappanum Kozhiyum” and “Pazhassiraja”.

Even before she made the decision to conquer the ramp, Anuprasobhini was a familiar face among the Malayali YouTube audience. Through her channel ‘Attappadykaari’, the teenager has put out a series of videos featuring picturesque Attappadi and its native folks. In fact, her YouTube experience had provided her with the confidence to walk further into the public domain, she says.

Many other girls from the tribal community also participated in the audition round. “During the event, all the grooming sessions helped me a lot, and through which I succeeded in entering the final round of the event in which only 33 candidates were shortlisted,” said Anu. She is now ready to face her final round of competitions which will be commenced in December soon. 

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“Understanding the latest trends in the fashion world, training to use dress accordingly, using a variety of high heel shoes, and doing catwalks both online and offline, are now the area I  have been concentrating on,” Anu told to media. Getting the crown is secondary, participating in it is the important thing, she further added. Anu strongly believes that the wealth of experience and confidence that she gets from the competition is an inspiration for her as well as many other tribal communities.