Watch: When Sushmita Sen Spoke About Handling Mishaps On The Ramp

In a throwback video that resurfaced online, Sushmita Sen is seen talking about handling mishaps on the ramp and more at the India International Jewelry Week in Mumbai.

Shrudi Shyam

April 9, 2021

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Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen is known for her elegance and grace. Whether it is her acting on screen or her graceful walk on the ramp, Sushmita Sen never fails to amaze the audience with her talent. In a throwback video, the former Miss Universe was seen talking about how to handle mishaps happening on the ramp, in life, etc. at the India International Jewelry Week in Mumbai, a few years ago.

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This incident happened way back in 2012 when Sushmita Sen was walking the ramp for Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers at India International Jewelry Week. As the actress took her strides, the strap of one of her shoes got stuck in her gown. But instead of being affected by this little error, Sushmita like a true diva, asked her mother, who was sitting in the front row to untangle the strap from her gown.

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After gracefully handling what could’ve been a major mishap, Sushmita continued with her walk. Later, at the press conference, she was seen talking about how one should handle such tricky situations in life. The actress said, “A lot of times people trip or their footwear gets stuck in a beautiful gown. But that’s life, it can’t be perfect.” She also added how making mistakes isn’t a big deal, it’s all about how you handle it.

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The actress talked about her return to the ramp and said that she always wants to do justice to the designer. She also added how much she loves kundan jewellery much more than diamond jewellery.

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