While entrepreneur Devita Saraf of Vu Television has taken a front page ad in the Times of India to welcome Donald Trump’s inauguration, there is another Indian who is even more excited by the 45th President of the United States taking office.
#Repost @iamshalabhkumar With @realdonaldtrump and daughter @manasvimamgai at the Thank You rally at Orlando. For the first time after coming victorious in the presidential election, President-elect Donald Trump thanked the efforts of the India-American community in helping him sail through what was thought as a neck to neck race to the White House. Proud moment!! #IndianAmericans #HinduAmericans #donaldtrump #presidenttrump #PresidentElect #politics #news #newsandpolitics #TrumpTrain #republicanparty #GOP #MAGA #trumpsarkar #hindu #uspolitics #trumptransition #orlando #rally #thankyou #election2016 #vote
Model and former Miss India Manasvi Mamgai who shuttles between India and New York has been at her effusive best on social media since November when she was first photographed with Trump at a Republican Hindu Coalition pre-election event in New Jersey. Her access to the new leader of the free world seems to have only gotten better since then, going by her feed on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Among the many things she has been quoted as saying in an article on her proximity to Trump on the popular lifestyle and gossip blog Miss Malini, include the following:
“…We ( Trump family and her) are like family now, there was Ivanka, there was Don, there was Eric. We all met, had a little chit-chat, discussed important matters about India, discussed some personal things as well. We’re actually travelling with him tomorrow to Orlando as well; we’re going to have a meeting there and a little something at the thank you rally…”
— manasvi mamgai (@manasvimamgai) January 4, 2017
— manasvi mamgai (@manasvimamgai) December 18, 2016
— Shalabh Kumar (@iamshalabhkumar) December 16, 2016
“…He’s got a nickname for me – he calls me Bollywood. He’s like, ‘Hey, Bollywood!’ He’s also coming up with stuff in Mumbai, so we will see him coming to India at some point, and hopefully yes, something in Bollywood…”
And then she went on to retweet Miss Malini saying “Donald Trump is Going To Help Former Miss India break into Hollywood.” Deepika Padukone and Priyanaka Chopra better watch out over the next four years.