Rafah Nanjeba Torsa’s Short Story, Career & Interview
Rafah Nanjeba Torsa, a girl from Chittagong, won the Miss World Bangladesh-2019 crown. Since then he has kept himself busy in various activities.
This student of the Department of International Relations of Chittagong University is endowed with many qualities. Will be working on a new movie early next year. Rafah Nanjeba is also talking about working in a cinema in Tamil, India, and a country in Africa.
The winner of Miss World Bangladesh wants to establish herself as an international brand. However, Rafah is upset about the complexities of the exam at Chittagong University. He spoke in detail about his current work, future plans, and studies with Dhaka Post.
Regarding the current busy schedule, Torsa told Dhaka Post that a serial drama will be shown on private television in October. The play is based on a family story. Khairul Bashar and Tasnuva Tisha are with me in the play.
“I’m speaking about working in several more dramas and movies,” he said. There is talk of work outside the country. A movie is being discussed in Kenya, South Africa. And there is talk of working in Indian Tamil cinema.
Torsa said that there is talk of a movie for 2022. However, the winner of Miss World Bangladesh did not say anything in detail about this. “I can tell that you will get something new next year,” he said.
What are your future plans? In response to such a question, Torsa said, “I am now with my studies and work. I have always believed that if a person can carry on everything beautifully together, then he has the right to do so. I want to take multiple degrees after finishing my studies. It wants to establish itself as an international brand. Be it in the world of media or studies or any other way. ‘
When did you want to be Miss World or why? When asked, he said, “I have always liked the work of Priyanka Chopra.” There was curiosity about him from that place. Then I see she is a Miss World. Later I saw various information of Miss World. Looks don’t just matter in Miss World. Here your intelligence, fitness, social work works. Seeing all this, I want to be Miss World.
Since then I have been researching Miss World in Bangladesh. I registered without telling anyone at home. One to one and a half months after registration, an SMS comes from Miss World Bangladesh regarding the audition. I tell my mother later. Then I went through different steps and became Miss World Bangladesh.
What was the exception to being Miss World than normal life? In response to such a question, Torsa said, “There was only one exception than normal life, I am too much of a tomboy type.” My dressup, getup, movement are very much like boys. I had to change a little in this place. There has been no change without that. The reason is that I have been involved in cultural activities since childhood. That’s why we have things mixed with life.
Although Rafah Nanjeba Torsa is a girl from Chittagong, her village home is in Kutubdia in Cox’s Bazar district. Torsa’s father, Sheikh Morshed, was a Chittagong court lawyer by profession. My father died in 2014. Torsa grew up in the art area of Chittagong for the sake of his father’s profession. Having wandered in the cultural arena since childhood, Torsa became very talented and smart.
The winner of Miss World Bangladesh said, “I became the first in the‘ Little Miss Chittagong ’competition in 2008. In 2009, I became the first in the national level folk dance competition in the ‘Bangabandhu Shishu Kishore’ competition and received the award from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
I have received national awards twice. Champion in 2010 National Children’s Competition and Gold Medal in Bharat Natyam. That same year, I became the first runner-up in NTV’s ‘Marks All-rounder’ competition.
“I’ve acted in Halda movies,” Torsa said. I worked with Afzal Hossain on a music video of BPL. I have also represented the country internationally. I have represented Chittagong Division in organizing National Education Week in 2016.
“Waiting for these reasons was nothing new to me,” he said. There was only a slight difference in the direction of the dress. I’ve been like a boy all my life. I had to leave loose pants, loose t-shirt and suddenly wear a gown, salwar kameez, sari. Moreover, there has been no change in my life.
Rafah Nanjeba Torsa has a foundation called The Smile Foundation. From there he is working on mental health. Foundation work is underway in 120 countries. He said Bangladesh has been going on for 50 years. For the first time in history, a Miss World Bangladesh has been highlighted for social work on the Miss World platform. And he is me.
He has been involved with leukemia since he was 11 years old. Since then I have been involved in various social activities. I am currently the Regional Director of Leo District Council. I was president in 2019. Besides, I am doing various social work from ‘The Smile Foundation’. It is working on the development of children’s ethics, mobility, or mentality.
Rafah Nanjeba Torsa working with children in remote areas of the country. We also work on the mental health of everyone from young children to the elderly. From this foundation, we also work with the environment.
What do you want to do for the country in the future? In response to such a question, Torsa said, I want to do a lot for the country. I went to Miss World for the sake of the country.
But to get there I have to study the complexities of university exams. I have been working for the country since my childhood. I hope, I will continue to work in the future. I have stood by the people even in Corona. I am doing it for the country, but if I have to go through such trouble because of going to work in the country, it is sad.
Rafa Nanjiba Torsa has also shown merit in her studies. Torsa graduated from Chittagong Cantonment Public School and College with a GPA Five in Science. He is currently a student of the International Relations (IR) Department of Chittagong University in the 2017-18 academic year. He said Torsa could not take part in the special examination despite the permission of the university.
It is learned that Rafah Nanjeba Torsa could not take part in the 2019 second year examination of the International Relations Department as she was out of the country to take part in the Miss World pageant. Later, he got permission from the University Vice-Chancellor and Controller of Examinations to give special examinations.
However, due to Corona, Torsa is not getting a chance to participate in the test even though it started after a long year and a half. The student who got the title of Miss Ward is mentally broken. Citing the decision of the Academy Committee on September 29, the current President of the Department of International Relations told Torsa that he would not be able to sit for the examination without the approval of the Academic Committee.
“I am not allowed to take the test despite having permission to do so,” Torsa said. I don’t know what to do now. I don’t want to give any year loss. The university was closed for a long time due to Corona. [Sourch dhakapost]
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