Mangaluru, Sep 18, 2018: Mrs. Mangalore 2018 stuns audiences in Mangalore with a great display of talent, grace and poise. Sudheeksha Kiran bagged the Mrs. Mangalore title, while Hera Pinto & Angelita Lewis won the first and second runner up respectively. The winners won cash prize of 75,000/- 50,000/- & 25,000/- respectively and loads of gift hampers , vouchers and goodies.
Mrs. Mangalore was a part of the JCI Week from September 9-15 organisedby JCI,Mangalore Lalbagh, Zone XV under the leadership of JCI Sen. SoujanyaHegde (President) It was a resounding success with over 20 finalists showcasing their talents, grace and oratory skills at Hotel BMS, Kuntikan,Mangalore.
The contestants wowed audiences with a Traditional Saree round, Indian Fusion wear round and Evening Gown round. The top 12 went through a grueling Q&A session with the judges, while the top 6 had to interpret an image with their own perspective.
The subtitles were awarded as follows :
Mrs Inspiration- Ruksana Hassan
Mrs Rampwalk- Angelita Lewis
Mrs Beauty with Heart -Soumyalaxmi Shetty
Mrs Photogenic – Hera Pinto
Mrs Beautiful Smile – Shwetha Kamath
Mrs Popular – Fiona Costa
Mrs Social Media- Sudheeksha Kiran
Mrs Congenialty – Jyothi Shetty
Mrs Talented – Mona Mendonca
Mrs Fit – Shruthi Rai
A special contest by our sponsors on Sun premium refined sunflower oil gave away gold coins to2 winners – Priya poornima & vinutha dsouza and also silver coins to all 20 finalists.
After the initial auditions on August 4th 2018 at BMS Hotel, the participants went through
numerous sessions with professional trainers like:
Chandini Goyal: Make up & image management
Maitri Malli & Vikas Putran : Ramp walk & poise
Poornima Shetty, LOL Studio : Importance of Accessories
Venugopal S J : speak to impress
Sachitha nandagopal: mind training
DR Priyadarshini- Health
Former Executive vice-president of JCI India & National Trainer Jc SadanandaNavada inaugurated the event. The contest was judged by Mrs. Pallavi Gurukiran Shetty, Venkat Charan Shetty and Actor AnoopSagar.
One of the main components of the event was our commitment towards the betterment of our society. With this regard, the contestants launched a Ketto campaign, inspiring people to donate to worthy causes. The money was utilized in the JCI project - Suraksha project, Sujal project, scholarship, etc.
We had fantastic entertaining performances by Velocity dance troupe and Mangalore Excellent Dance Academy dance troupe. The event was compered by RJ Anuragin a meticulous way.
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