Priti Sinha from London is a Bollywood actress, an avid fashion and food blogger and health and beauty enthusiast. Having worked with big banners like – RK Studios, David Dhawan, Vikram Bhatt, Yash Chopra, and leading actors like Govinda, Saif Ali, Kajol, Rishi Kapoor, and featuring in some of her popular roles in hit movies like – Rajababu, Bambai Ka Babu, Aag, Premyog, Yeh Dillagi, Barsaat Priti Sinha is definitely a star act.
In 2020, Priti Sinha competed in Mrs Classic Universe in Sofia Bulgaria having represented and been chosen as the winner to be nominated for the category from UK by Brandwok Mrs India UK pageant. Much to all her friends and followers delight she emerged as a winner taking on the crown of Mrs Classic Europe at the International competition.
Priti has been supporting several charities dealing with ethical fashion, mental health and well being as well as children’s health and supporting events for creating awareness for these as issues which are very close to her heart. She has been supporting the Great Ormond Street Hospital for over a decade which is focused on providing timely medical support and best health care for needy children with health issues.
During her journey in the pageant, she was an enthusiastic and active fund raiser on the Ketto charity platform which was focused on creating awareness for “child help foundation” which provides for medical needs of the underprivileged.
Priti strongly believes in the potential of driving social change through early exposure of the concept of charity to young children. Having seen the success of the charity conscious education system in UK run through early school involvement by creating awareness in young minds, she believes the collaboration of charity organizations through voluntary work at school will make a long term impact in evolving young minds to become responsible citizens doing their bit for their society.
She now wishes to create this awareness in schools in India to set up collaboration with their local charities focused on creating a safe place children’s centre where the underprivileged children can find a place for support, independence, health and happiness.