A Dazzling Show by Gujaratis

Dazzling lights, remix music and ramp walks were the scenes at Miss, Mrs and Prince Chennai Gujarati competition.

Published: 21st July 2015 02:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st July 2015 02:01 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Dazzling lights, loud thundering remix music and people dressed up to walk the ramp. These were the scenes at Miss, Mrs and Prince Chennai Gujarati competition organised by the Gujarati Gaurav Association at the Lady Andal school auditorium in Chennai on Sunday evening. The event saw a total of 75 participants from the Gujarati community of the city decked in their best attire to impress judges and wow spectators in a bid to be crowned Miss, Mrs and Prince Chennai Gujarati. Vishvesh Textiles was the main sponsor and New Indian Express was the print partner.

Gujaratis.jpgThere were 14 participants vying for the Mrs Chennai Gujarati crown, which had mothers from across professions like interior designers, management consultants and housewives. In fact, one contestant, while presenting her talk to the judges, remarked that her twin daughters were in the race for princess Chennai Gujarati. Organised by Niyati Chandarana in association with Bindu Shah, Jatin Davey,Pritesh shah, Nikita Davey and fashion choreographer Manoj, the show kick-started with a dance performance to the tunes of a popular song from the movie Agneepath which paid obeisance to Lord Ganesha. The show was adjudicated by Devi Krishna, Sujata Panju, Sanjay Asrani and Minal Vakharia. Niyati Chandrana was also presented the ‘Gurjar Gaurav award’ during the event.

The dazzling outfits worn by the contestants were sponsored by Babuji’s Morni and Nakshatra. The grooming was done by Toni n Guy. 

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