A different shade of beauty

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EVENT A Mrs. India worldwide contest was held recently

Beauty is not just about single girls. It is also about married women and mothers. Recognising this, Shri Sai Entertainment organised a Mrs. India Worldwide contest recently where women from across India, besides women of Indian origin settled in countries like South Africa, France and Australia among others, participated. Speaking on the occasion Bharat Bhramar, Founder and Chairman, Shri Sai Entertainments Pvt. Ltd., said, “Mrs. India Worldwide gives an opportunity to women to use this platform as a door to enter the glamorous world of fame, attracting a lot of fanfare.”

Former Miss World Aditi Govitrikar, actress Amita Nangia and Eva Grover, designer Shibani Rastogi besides fitness trainer Vesna Jacob, Blossom Kocchar and model Amanpreet Wahi comprised the panel of judges. Reshica Naicker, an Indian based in South Africa, was declared the winner to a warm applause from the audience. She was crowned as ENCNON Haut Monde Mrs. India Worldwide by Aditi Govitrikar.

Alka Jawla was declared the first runner up and Bhavya Gehlot took the second runners up trophy. These winners were picked from the 19 shortlisted women to compete after grooming sessions for the grand finale.

After being crowned, the winner said, “I was very much nervous as the competition was very tough and now I have some mixed emotions. I want to hug my 10-year-old son.” She also bagged the Most Beautiful Eyes trophy.

Speaking about the occasion, MD, ECNON, Kushal Rathi, said, “It gives us immense pleasure and pride by being a part of the platform to all women who wish to chase their dream of becoming Mrs. India.”





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