#Top 6 “MTV India’s Next Top Model 2” 28th August 2016 Video: North East Girls Steal The Show

On the modeling based TV show “MTV India’s Next Top Model 2” is now the show has been stealing from the North East girls. Indeed the girls have been seen stealing the show completely with their elegance and charming personality.


It is Jantee Hazarika from Assam and Rajashree Singha from Manipur has not only beaten several of the competitors but they have been just managing to impress the panel judge members with her wisdom too apart from beauty.

This is actually an ongoing second season of “India’s Next Top Model 2” on MTV and the show actually gathers a huge attention from the organisers and fashion industry experts are also praising the show.

“MTV India’s Next Top Model 2” is the Indian version of the American English language show “America’s Next Top Model”, and the show created by Tyra Banks was launched here last year by the license holder and producer Bulldog Media & Entertainment.

Following the success of season one, the fashion franchise has already returned to Indian TV screens with MTV and season 2 is having huge attention from the girls of all corners.

“MTV India’s Next Top Model 2” is giving a perfect platform to them by which they can showcases their modelling skills to impress the judges apart from audiences’ and to make a big name in the fashion industry.

The 22-year-old Jantee, who hails from Assam’s, Guwahati speaks her experiences for being on the show and she said that “It’s been exciting here in ‘India’s Next Top Model’. I have done my diploma in Fashion Designing from the Vogue Institute of Designing in Bangalore. Then I followed my instincts and came to Mumbai and here I am participating in the event”.

“I’m in Mumbai for last six months and I am really working hard to make it to the fashion world. From my childhood, I wanted to do something related with glamour and I hope I’m right on track now. I really wanted to be a model”, she added further.

Rajashree, 21, is from Manipur but raised in Mumbai. And she stated, “Although I originally hail from Manipur, my whole family is in Mumbai since I was very young and I am raised in Mumbai. Modelling is a passion for me and I have been dreaming about the glamour of the fashion world”.

“My father is into Navy and my mother is a homemaker too. I did my graduation from Mithibai College in Mumbai in 2014 and got the opportunity to participate in the ‘India’s Next Top Model’. It’s been a dream come true for me,” Rajashree told IANS.

“I am preparing my body at present and avoiding junk food as I don’t want to miss out on anything that will get me out of the competition. I have also been watching ‘America’s Next Top Model’ for tips so that I can be successful here”, she added further.

Model-actress Lisa Haydon, who is a judge on “India’s Next Top Model”, describes modelling is more than just being beautiful. She stated to media about the young models that, “I am thrilled to see our brilliant young girls who are a part of this season of ‘India’s Next Top Model’. It’s great to see their determination to succeed.

“I want young girls to learn that modelling is more than just being beautiful and posing. It’s all about being creative, original, determined and finding that one aspect of yourself that makes you stand out – you’re USP,” she said added further.