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The Winners has been announced, Pooja Chopra wins Miss India World and Ekta Choudhary wins Miss India Universe and this year both are at the same level. In yester years Miss Universe used to be rated as the Miss India and the runner up used to go to Miss World.
Pooja Chopra, 24 was crowned Pantaloons Femina Miss India World 2009 on April 5th, 2009.
Pooja Chopra will represent India in the Miss World 2009 competition which will held on December 12, 2009 in South Africa.
Pooja stays in the city of Pune in Maharashtra state of India.
She was born on May 3, 1985 in Kolkata.
Pooja Chopra is 5′8″ tall and 50 Kg. in weight.
Her vital statistics are 33″-26″-36″
Pooja was crowned Navy Queen 2007 1st Runner Up, NDA Queen 2004 1st Runner Up and also acted in hindi movie “Fashion” directed by Madhur Bhandarkar.
Pooja sprained her ankle while running down a flight of stairs on 11th Dec, 2009 and the doctors have advised her 3-weeks complete bed-rest.
Looks like she might have to opt out of the Miss World 2009 pageant in order to recover from her injury.
I’ve got a report about some fans who are worried that Miss India Pooja Chopra might withdraw from the Miss World 2009 pageant. The competition is taking place in South Africa and in 3 days, the winner will be crowned by the reigning Miss World Ksenia Sukhinova of Russia.
I was informed that Pooja sprained her ankle very badly two days ago. She was sent to the hospital for x-ray. Medical reports say she was not fractured but a cast was put on her leg.
So, does this mean Miss India will walk with the cast on the finals if she is not withdrawing? Sources who are closed to the beauty queen confirmed that the Indian beauty is not withdrawing.
Miss World 2009
Evs Jennifer COLON (Puerto Rico)
5/2 Perla BELTRAN (Mexico)
6/1 Chloe MORTAUD (France)
8/1 Tatum KESHWAR (South Africa)
9/1 Leah MARVILLE (Barbados)
16/1 Mariatu KARGBO (Sierra Leone)
18/1 Zeynep SEVER (Belgium)
18/1 Kerri BAYLIS (Jamaica)
20/1 Kaiane ALDORINO (Gibraltar)
20/1 Katharine BROWN (Scotland)
20/1 Sophie LAVERS (Australia)
20/1 Nadege,VASQUEZ (Panama)
25/1 Pooja CHOPRA (India)
25/1 Ivana VASILJ (Croatia)
25/1 Cherie GARDINER (Norway)
25/1 Marie Ann UMALI (Philippines)
25/1 Alice TATICCHI (Italy)
25/1 Eruza SASAKI (Japan)
25/1 Lena MA (Canada)
28/1 Luciana REIS (Brazil)
28/1 Kerenina HALIM (Indonesia)
28/1 Happie NTELAMO (Namibia)
33/1 Barbora FRANEKOVA (Slovakia)
33/1 Magdalena SCHOEMAN (New Zealand)
33/1 Carmen FERN?NDEZ (Spain)
33/1 Ievgeniia TULCHEVSKA (Ukraine)
33/1 Anna HAMMEL (Austria)
33/1 Adi RUDNITZKY (Israel)
33/1 Thi Huong Giang TRAN (Vietnam)
40/1 Nuraisa LISPIER (Aruba)
40/1 Shanel DEBATTISTA (Malta)
40/1 Evelyn ALBALAT (Argentina)
40/1 Flavia ARZABE (Bolivia)
40/1 Chrystalla TSIALI (Cyprus)
40/1 Cherie GARDINER (Northern Ireland)
40/1 Ksenia SHIPILOVA (Russia)
40/1 Marijana POKRAJAC (Montenegro)
40/1 Thanuja ANANTHAN (Malaysia)
50/1 Antonia PETROVA (Bulgaria)
50/1 Sin Ting LAU (Hong Kong China)
50/1 Jelena MARKOVIC (Serbia)
50/1 Orsolya SERDULT (Hungary)
50/1 Alessandra ALORES (Germany)
50/1 Sanna KANKAANP (Finland)
50/1 Blaise ALVARADO (Hondura s)
50/1 Ebru SAM (Turkey)
50/1 Lucy WHITEHOUSE (Wales)
50/1 Laura PATTERSON (Ireland)
50/1 Loredana SALANTA (Romania)
66/1 Tamara ZAPATTINI (Paraguay)
66/1 Andrea SARAC (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
66/1 Diana NILLES (Luxembourg)
100/1 Gamya WIJAYADASA (Sri Lanka)
100/1 Beatrice BLAISE (Guadeloupe)
100/1 Ieva LASE (Latvia)
100/1 Nanihi BAMBRIDGE (Tahiti)
100/1 Sumaiyah MAROPE (Botswana)
150/1 Shu-rina WIAH (Liberia)
150/1 Nompilo MNCINA (Swaziland)
150/1 Vanessa SIBANDA (Zimbabwe)