Beauty queen Lopamudra Raut, who entered the Bigg Boss 10 house as one of the contestant has become very popular amongst the masses. Despite getting tough competitions with the other inmates, Lopamudra is leaving no stone upturned to impress the audience with her mature behavior and honesty.
However, Lopamudra’s journey from a common girl to a beauty queen has not been so easy. She belongs to a conservative Marathi family from Nagpur and thus she did not get much support from her parents throughout the journey to fame. Apparently, the entire community was against her, but she never gave up. And today, her determination has taken her to the top.
In an exclusive conversation with FilmyBaBa.com, Lopamudra’s father Jeevan Raut said, “Lopa is the youngest child of our family and thus has been pampered a lot. I remember that she had done her first play when she was in 4th grade. She had put in so much effort in that play to make it a hit. Lopa was always interested in cultural and outdoor activities. In fact, because of basket ball, she became the tallest member of our family (laughs). She has lot of confidence in her and that has helped her in achieving her dreams. Initially, there were few reservations, but now we are very proud of her.”
Talking more about Lopamudra’s journey in the Bigg Boss 10 house, Mr. Raut further added, “I think, the biggest competitor for Lopa in the house is Bani. Bani is handling the game in a very mature way. But, at the end we want our child to win (smiles). Also, I did not like Lopa’s behavior towards Om Swami. I sent her a message to behave good with the elders no matter how the person behaves with you. Thankfully, she considered my advice and changed her attitude. She should win the show.”
Lopa mudra’s Family:
Lopa mudra belongs to a middle class family where her father Jeevan Raut worked as an accountant and got retired in 2002. Mother, Ragini Raut worked in the department of Agriculture in Nagpur.She has done her schooling from Chanda Devi Saraf school. After finishing her 10th class studies, Lopamudra did B.E in Electrical engineering from G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur. In 2013, Lopamudra won the title of Miss Nagpur and in the same year, she participated in Ponds Femina Miss India which was held in Goa. She became the second runner up of the contest.
In 2016, she was selected by Femina organizers to compete in Miss United Continents pageant. She was crowned as second runner-up which took place on 25 September 2016, in Ecuador. Lopamudra is a big foodie in real life. She loves cooking too.
Click Next for More pics!!!