The winner of the India’s first Desi girl is Roshni Chopra. Yesterday, Grand finale of NDTV Imagine show Desi Girl took place at Mumbai, this was a unique and entirely different reality show. Total 8 girls from glamour and film industry participated in this reality show.
Desi Girl TV Show was based on a very new format and concept. All contestants had to live in the village like other villagers. They had to do daily household tasks like other villagers do. All Pardesi girls had to change into Desi Girl.
On 21st May 2010, Desi Girl was started on NDTV Imagine. Desi Girl contestants had sent to Sialba Majri, Punjab. And like other reality shows every week one girl used to eliminate from show and finally there were only 3 contestants left for Grand Finale of Desi Girl Reality Show. After 6 weeks, Desi Girl Show had 3 final contestants – Ishita Arun, Kashmira Shah and Roshni Chopra. Winner of Desi Girl is declared in the 7th week of the Show.
Winner was declared by help of votes of Indian Public and Public of village Sialba Majri. However domination of votes was for Sialba Majri as their dominance was 70% and other was 30%. Desi Girl participants had to win the heart of the villagers. So, the Show ultimate destination was “Dil Jitegi Desi Girl”.
Kashmira voting sign was – “Dhol”. Roshini chooses her voting sign – “Dil” (heart). Ishita got her voting sign “Roti” (bread).
Kashmira shah was leading with a big margin after final voting of Indian Audience and Roshni was on last place, but votes of Sialba Majri population changed the game entirely and Rohni Chopra was declared final winner.
Panchayat members of Sialba Majri and families of top 3 contestants make their presence in the grand finale of Desi Girl on NDTV Imagine. Desi Girl winner – Roshni was the perfect contender for the crown. Finally, Roshni Chopra is chosen India’s first Desi Girl on NDTV Imagine. Desi Girl winner is crowned by Jaidev Singh. Winner of Desi Girl will be known as India’s first Desi Girl.
After winning the show Rohni said to Media, “My experience in Sialba Majri has been one of the most fulfilling and challenging journeys. And I can proudly say is that the seven weeks I’ve spent here have helped me discover my inner desi girl,”