Missus' day in the spotlight

A tribute to all these qualities, packed with powerful performances by the homemakers, was the grand finale of ‘Mrs Homemaker 2013’ that was held on Friday in Chennai.

Published: 16th July 2013 10:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th July 2013 10:48 AM   |  A+A-

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It is always easy to overlook the capabilities of a woman by calling her ‘just’ a wife or a mother or a daughter or a daughter-in -law but a show like Mrs Homemaker, a talent contest for married women in south, brings out the real ‘her’ by giving a platform to explore her talents to realise that she is also a born artist, a graceful dancer, an innate singer, a tough task master and an ultimate performer.

A tribute to all these qualities, packed with powerful performances by the homemakers, was the grand finale of ‘Mrs Homemaker 2013’ that was held on Friday in Chennai. This was the ninth successful edition of the talent show where participants from various places took part in the contest, which is being telecasted on Jaya TV every Sunday.

The organiser of the event, Sumathy Srinivas, Twilite creations, editor of WE magazine, said that the main objective of this event is to identify, recognise, appreciate and reward contemporary married women for their overall creative skills. “We want to inculcate the basic fact that homemakers are achievers, who create a nation by grooming the next generation,” she said.

Twelve finalists, selected from the 16 in the preliminary rounds, really impressed the judges - Balaji, John Britto and Sujata Panju, who collectively picked up the final three among these 12. The winners were crowned by actor Suganya. To know who bagged all the goodies, do not forget to tune in Jaya TV to watch the grand finale of Mrs Homemaker 2013 on July 21.

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