Maharashtra is looking for India’s next fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2019
With the legacy of transforming lives of young talented women who have become icons in the glamour and fashion industry, fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2019 co-powered by Sephora & Rajnigandha Pearls vows to continue its tradition with an aim to extend whole-hearted support to the new generation women who have the potential to lead and represent the country in the future.
The Maharashtra Auditions will be held at the following places on following dates.
16th March, Pune - fbb/Big Bazaar store at Kumar Pacific Mall, Pune
24th March, Bombay - fbb store at Hyper City, Malad West, Mumbai
With Six Miss Worlds who have made India proud by marking their presence on the global map- Reita Faria (1966), Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (1994), Diana Hayden (1997), Yukta Mookhey (1999), Priyanka Chopra (2000) and more recently Manushi Chhillar Miss World (2017), who brought the coveted crown back home after 17 years - the hunt for the new crown bearer has now begun.
This time too, the pageant is conducting a nationwide hunt in all the 30 states (including the National Capital, Delhi) to crown 30 state representatives who will then compete for the coveted Miss India crown.
The top 3 girls of Maharashtra will go to West Zonal Crowning ceremony to be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Pune on 14thth April which has come on board as the Hospitality and Venue partner.
The most deserving candidate from each of the 4 states of the North Zone i.e. Miss India Goa Miss India Maharashtra, Miss India Rajasthan and Miss India Gujarat, will represent their state at the grand finale which is going to be held in Mumbai in June.
To take charge of the proceedings for the West Zone, Neha Dhupia will be mentoring the girls. She enthusiastically quoted, “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.”