Money has always been associated as a resource that gets most of the things done. Surely it does, but dreams? Dreams are something no amount of money can buy. You have the dream to become something in life? Money can get you the resources but never teach you how to become that.
And also, for someone who thinks that without money their dreams are unachievable, then her is something they must-see. A video is going viral on social media, which details how money and fulfilling one’s dreams are two different things.
The video is of former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen revealing that the dress she wore for the final of Miss India in 1994 was actually made in Sarojini Nagar, Delhi. Watch the interview here:
For the unknown, Sarjoni Nagar is a flea market in Delhi famous for cheap yet unique and elegant woman clothing.
In the famous interview show Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai which used to be telecasted on Zee TV in the early 2000s and was hosted by Farookh Sheikh, Sushmita Sen can be seen talking about how her gown was stitched from a fabric her mother bought from Delhi’s favorite and famous flea market, Sarojini Nagar.
“We went to Sarojini Nagar market and bought the fabric. We had a person in our garage who used to stitch saree petticoat, we went and gave the fabric to him and told him that she has to come on TV so make something really nice,” she reveals.
The video, now viral, is being lauded by many with many appreciating the grounded woman that Sushmita Sen is.