“More than winning or losing, what I feel tough about this (Miss World) competition is that you are carrying the voice of India with you. Whatever you project yourself as, is India’s projection.
“I want to make sure that I leave a lasting impact, not just on the minds of the (Miss World pageant) co-contestants, but also any associated corporate sponsors that they have, any possible investors who might be willing to invest in India,” said the fbb Femina Miss India contest winner.
Aditi has been roped in as youth icon for Videocon Telecom’s ‘Young Manch’. When asked if she is all set for the upcoming pageant, Aditi replied, “Definitely the preparation never ends, no matter how much you’ve worked, there is always more to do. But for now, I have been doing my best, let’s see.”
About her present engagements, she said, “I am also working as a business analyst for Ernst and Young. Apart from that I am an Indian School of Business young leader. I just took my TOEFL exams. I do have plans, of course doing MBA in future.”
Aditi, who idolises RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, said, “He is one of the most charming speakers. When he was appointed, there were lot of positive sentiments in the market. Someone who comes with that kind of an influence, whose mere appointment is able to draw such positivity towards India, I would love to be at a position where I could do something similar for the country.