Ajay Devgn’s co-star Manasvi Mamgai performs at Donald Trump Inauguration concert!
She is the only Bollywood actress who has got a chance to grace the prestigious United States Presidential Inauguration concert with Donald Trump. No points for guessing; we are talking about Manasvi Mamgai – the pretty face who was crowned as the Femina Miss India in 2010 and was later launched opposite Ajay Devgn in Action Jackson (2014). Who expected she’ll make it this far? The model-turned actress is killing it at the inaugural concert to the likes of Donald Trump, Mike Pence and Ivanka Trump at the Trump Tower in New York city. No wonder Manasvi has been constantly updating pictures from the presidential house on her Insta account. Indeed, she seems to be living every bit of this big moment in her life.
From the little that we know, Manasvi represented Bollywood and performed on hit tracks like Kala Chashma, Dhoom Machale, Jumme Ki Raat and Jai Ho. In fact, Manasvi even shared the experience with Bombay Times saying, “I have never been so nervous performing live, we had been rehearsing for the last 15 days. This event was a culmination of all the efforts we had taken for the presidential campaign. We had earlier put together ‘Humanity United Against Terror’, a Bollywood charity event that Trump addressed. This is our way of saying Thank You to the Indian community. Several industrialists, dignitaries including Mika Singh attended the event as guests. In fact, this was the first time a Bollywood performance was a part of the US Presidential inauguration.”
Not to mention, Manasvi is also the daughter of Republican Hindu Coalition founder Shalabh Kumar, who is a close aide to Donald Trump. The actress also confirms she will be attending the swearing in ceremony stating, “I’m happy that we are not just spectators but an integral part of the administration and ceremonies.” This reminds us of Manasvi’s earlier interview where she had mentioned how Trump loves Bollywood.
All said and done, guess we need to hear it for Manasvi as she makes it big at the United States Presidential Inaugural concert. Your thoughts?