Miss India 2019 gets top three finalists from Jammu and Kashmir: The top three finalists of fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2019 are all set to compete with each other one last time in order to achieve the Miss India 2019 title. The top three finalists are from Jammu and Kashmir and they are all set to go to the West Zonal and the Crowning ceremony is going to be held at the Hyatt Regency, Pune on 14th April; which has come on board as the Venue partner.
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The three finalists of fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2019 are from the Jammu and Kashmi state which comprises of Rose Kundu, Shina Choudhary and Megha Kaul. Earlier the auditions for fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2019 of Jammu & Kashmir took place at the Ramada Jammu City Centre who played a great host as hospitality and site partner had more than 100 participants from several parts of the state.
Sana Dua who is the fbb Colors Femina Miss India United Continents 2017 and Sahil Salathia, who is an Indian supermodel and an actor judged the J&K auditions. Megha Kaulwas also announced as a Campus Princess finalist.
With the heritage of making over lives of young capable women who have turn out to be icons in the glamour and fashion industry, fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2019 is co-powered by Sephora & Rajnigandha Pearls promises to carry on its tradition with a goal to spread out enthusiastic support to the new age group women who have the talent to lead and signify the country in the future.
The most worthy contender from each of the states of the West Zone that comprises of Miss India Goa, Miss India Maharashtra, Miss India Rajasthan as well as Miss India Gujarat along with Miss India Jammu & Kashmir, is going to signify their state at the grand finale which is scheduled to be held in Mumbai in the month of June.
Only the finale result can declare that who is going to win this year title but we can hope that the well deserving candidate will win.
To take control of the events for the West Zone, Neha Dhupia is going to be mentoring the girls. She quoted enthusiastically, “I started my journey with Miss India and since then it has been a never-ending relationship with the pageant. Every year I see a fresh lot of ambitious and enthusiastic girls with the dream to win the Miss India and make India proud at the prestigious Miss world. I’m looking forward to have Manushi’s successor this year.”