When Ambarsariya was offered to me I didn’t actually think much about it, I looked at it as an opportunity and I firmly believe that all opportunities are a gift from God, so I went in with full faith.
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I would call it the plan of destiny, when I came to India, I didn’t have any plans to go into cinema, I was trying my luck. My agency here put me into acting school, when I finished they put me in touch with Kumar Tirani from Tips, he immediatley decided that he wanted me to take part in Amabrsariya. This was in Oct 2014. Amabarsariya was supposed to start in Jan 2015, however it got delayed. So I ended up shooting for the movie Kaptaan with Gippy Garewal, then I shot Amabarsariya and then seeing my performance in Amabarsariya, Diljit Dosanjh recommended me for Sardaar Ji 2. Therefore, one thing led to the next for me.
Story – How Fashion Model Melania Knauss became First Lady of the United States because of her marriage with Donald Trump
On January 22, 2005, Trump married Slovene model Melania Knauss at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Palm Beach, Florida. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. In 2006, Melania acquired United States citizenship and she gave birth to their son Barron on March 20 of that year. Melania became First Lady of the United States upon Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States in January 2017.
Melania began modeling at age five and started doing commercials at 16, when she posed for the Slovenian fashion photographer Stane Jerko. When she began working as a model, she changed the Slovene form of her last name Knavs to the German Knauss. At 18, she signed with a modeling agency in Milan, Italy. She was named runner-up in the 1992 Jana Magazine “Look of the Year” contest, held in Ljubljana, which promised its top three contestants an international modeling contract.
After attending the University of Ljubljana for one year, Melania modeled for fashion houses in Paris and Milan, where, in 1995, she met Metropolitan Models co-owner Paolo Zampolli, a friend of her future husband Donald Trump, who was on a scouting trip in Europe. Zampolli urged her to travel to the United States, where he said he would like to represent her. In 1996 she moved to New York City, living in an apartment in Zeckendorf Towers on Union Square, with roommate, photographer Matthew Atanian, per Zampolli’s arrangements. She first worked in the United States prior to receiving a legal work visa. According to Atanian, then shooting for Marie Claire, the then-26-year-old Melania was getting second- and third-tier modeling work, and asked him to help her get in the magazine, but her prospects were limited, because her movements were not particularly graceful. This changed after she met Donald Trump, with her American magazine cover shoots including In Style Weddings, New York Magazine, Avenue, Philadelphia Style, Vanity Fair and Vogue. She modeled for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2000. Her modeling career was associated with Irene Marie Models and Trump Model Management. Applying as a model of “extraordinary ability”, Melania obtained a green card and became a lawful permanent resident in 2001; she gained United States citizenship in 2006.