Miss World 2008: Parvathy Omanakuttan is the first runner-up!

When the palms were swept across the entire world to hear the title of the country's representative, Pantaloons Femina Miss India World 2008 Parvathy Omanakuttan left Indians proud standing tall since the first runner-up in the Miss World 2008 contest.  She was also the 2nd runner-up in the Miss World Top Model competition that took place on December 3 at Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication in Soweto, South Africa.  32 semi-finalists competed in the event.   From there she proceeded to win the Pantaloons Femina Miss India World 2008 name in April.

Over 100 global beauties are primping and preening in the last anxious moments before the Miss World pageant begins tonight.  The event that time is hosted by South Africa for an anticipated one billion-strong TV audience.

South African and Jamaican designers have created racks of dresses for the girls, aged 17 to 25, who've spent a gruelling month in galas, rehearsals as well as a safari on the tip of the African continent. Contestants from the eight countries participating in the FIFA Confederation Cup, taking place in South Africa in June as a warm-up for its 2010 World Cup, also joined in the attraction for their own teams.  The case, which begins at 2030 hours (IST), includes a distinctive focus on song, dance and songs, and has a high-tech twist with an online competition where viewers can vote for their favourite beauty.

A global jury will choose the next Miss World, that will succeed China's Zhang Zi Lin, who was crowned last year once the pageant has been held in her home country.

Parvathy Omanakuttan : The jury was unfair.

Congratulations poured for Parvathy Omanakuttan for producing "India proud" despite overlooking the Miss World 2008 crown using a whisker but the skinny Kerala attractiveness feels she had been Completed in the prosecution alleging that its choice to adjudge her only next best was "unfair".

"I've performed better than others in the personality and question-answer round.  This isn't merely that.  All people who watched it yesterday felt like this. "I'd confidence. I could do well. The question-round didn't arrive as an issue to me considering my background in literature," said Parvathy, who hails from Changanassery in Kottayam at "God's own Country", as hopes jumped in India that she would bring back the coveted name that was won by an Indian woman from 2000 after her name was declared in the five semi-finalists.

There were mixed feelings in Parvathy's mother's house in Madapally village at Changanassery.  Some relatives believed she needed to win the title before the Russian blonde Ksenya Sukhinova while others believed it was a happy moment for India for coming second place warding off competition from across 100 beauties from all over the planet.

"Well done Parvathy!  We are all proud of u!!!  Successful exit things more than a hierarchical entry....  U left your-self count... a different feather in India's limit. .," a fan commented to the official website of the Miss World competition. Another comment noted that although the Malayalee did not win the crown coming second was a splendid success beating stiff competition.

About Parvathy Omanakuttan

Parvathy left her cinematic introduction throughout the Bollywood film United Six directed by Vishal Aryan Singh.  She did a Tamil film in the 2012 Billa II, playing Jasmine that, she stated, was "the emotional quotient at David Billa's life".  In 2013, she was seen in her very first Malayalam film KQ (movie), where she performed with a journalist, "a woman of now, strong and independent with her very own worth".  Back in August 2013 Parvathy

Started shooting the Hindi film Pizza, a photo of this same-titled 2012

Tamil film, made by Bejoy Nambiar and UTV that has been directed by Akshay Akkineni. It printed 26 July 2014, however it did not succeed in the box office.  

Parvathy represented India in the 58th Miss World held in Johannesburg, South Africa.  About 13 December 2008, she was declared the First Runner Up Miss World at The Grand Finale.  At the pageant, Parvathy also placed Second in the Top Model and Fifth place at the Beach Beauty sub-contests.

World 2008 competition. She had been awarded the titles of Miss World Asia & Oceania in the Miss

13th March born Parvathy became runner-up at Miss World 2008. Beauty pageant title holder that had been crowned Miss India 2008 and later

Omanakuttan is a malayali model and actress from Mumbai, India layout and Parvathy Omanakuttan was born in Changanacherry, Kerala and brought up in Mumbai.  

She was the winner of Femina Miss India 2008.  Since the format of Miss India had shifted from 2007, whereas the winner would represent the nation in Miss World, Parvathy was conferred the title of Miss India World 2008 and represented the country at the most prestigious and largest beauty pageant, Miss World.  Parvathy additionally won the sub-titles of Miss Photogenic, Miss Personality, and Miss Beautiful Hair in the Femina Miss India 2008 pageant.