Ruby Dhalla, Canada
Ruby Dhalla penned a letter to Indira Gandhi in 1984 to reclaim peace in Punjab and stop the violence in the Golden Temple. That was when her fate to become a politician was sealed. Before starting off in politics, Ruby worked on a film ‘Kyon? Kis Liye?’ as the lead. Modelling also intrigued her and she stood second in the Miss India Canada pageant in 1993. In 2004, she created history as she was one of the first women of Indian origin to become a Member of the Canadian House of Commons. She has also made a contribution to the healthcare industry and promoted same sex marriages. Her style and beauty are also appreciated, making her a fave with the spotlight.