The nose issue that you are describing is very common in Indian noses. Specificially, thick skin with a large bulbous tip with a wide base and a ptotic tip with a poor columellar labial angle. The ideal columellar labial angle for a female is about 105 to 115 degrees and about 95 degrees for a male.
Ways to correct that include taking down some anterior septal angle to allow upward tip rotation as well as techniques that alter the tip itself or tripod of the nose and lengthen the medial crus or columella so that it projects upward and rotates.
Other methods include shortening the lateral or gull wing aspects of the tip cartilages. These maneuvers can be combined to narrow the tip and improve the columellar labial angle at the same time. Finally, the alar base reduction can be done at the same time as a Rhinoplasty and well narrow the base so tat it is not as wide. I hope this information helps.