Monika Sharma was born on 15 September 1992 in the capital of India, Delhi. She belongs to a family of an army in Delhi. Within the period of 3 to 4 months in Mumbai, she got the chance to do modeling. She comes from the land where love is the essence of life –India. She has represented India in the year of 2014 on October 7 at Miss Grand International in Bangkok, Thailand. She has done a film with Mr. Hiten Tejwani, popularly known as “Tere Aane Se”. She loves writing poems and is also fond of sketching. She has successfully conquered the title of Miss Grand India 2014. She was triumphant in placing herself in the top twenty in the best national costume competition of the contest. She has functioned and worked in her father’s non- government organization named as Eklakshya Charitable Trust.

She believes in taking up whatever comes her way. She believes that if things can get sorted out with verbal communication, then there is no need for violence. She feels great to be a part of a noble cause widely known as ‘Stop the war’. She expresses her gratitude to her lovely parents by dedicating all of her great achievements and calls them the pillars of her strengths. She did her debut in small screen industry by entering into the TV serial called “Dilli wali Thakur Girls” portraying herself in the character of “ Chandralekha”. She feels that it’s a very decent production house, and she’s surrounded by nice and good-hearted people. Her role as “Chandralekha” is very bold in nature. Meaning that, “Chandralekha”, won’t be diffident from abusing a man in case he behaves inappropriately.

She adores her elder sister ‘Anjini’s life and wish for a life like hers. When she was approached with a question about her role model, she proudly took the name of Sushmita Sen. She likes how carefree Sushmita is and that incites her maximum.