Mr Arunachal, Miss NEFA Arunachal pageants from August

Mr Arunachal, Miss NEFA Arunachal pageants from August

| Staff REPORTER |

ITANAGAR, May 30: The 3rd edition of Mr Arunachal and 2nd edition of Miss NEFA Arunachal 2018 will be held in the month of October next this year with the main theme “Think globally, act locally” to promote the local talents of the State. This was announced by the event organizer, ‘Mr Arunachal/Miss NEFA Arunachal Organisation’, during a press conference here at Arunachal Press Club on Wednesday.

During the press meet, Opang Jamir of Nagaland informed that the search for Mr Arunachal & Miss NEFA Arunachal 2018 will start in a couple of months with zonal auditions starting in different districts from August next.

The grand finale of both the pageants will be held in October.

‘Mr International India 2012’ Opang, who will groom the participants of Mr Arunachal 2018, also informed that this year’s pageant would be bigger and better in terms of scale and outreach.

“Completing two previous editions successfully and having collaborated with Miss India Organisation in conducting the orientation and screening programme in Itanagar for this year’s Miss India pageant, we are positive and looking forward to their support in terms of talent management scouting for this year’s event,” he stated.

He further informed that to prep up the contestants, a 10-day grooming classes would be conducted like every year to develop the overall personality of participants.

Chow Poran J Gogoi, a renowned choreographer from Assam, will be the grooming guru of Miss NEFA Arunachal 2018. The event will also witness fitness expert joining as fitness trainer for all the contestants.

Big names in the fashion industries like Femina Miss India & Mr India national talent coordinator Bennett Nathan, Mr World India 2016 Vishnu Menon and Mr India Supranational 2016 Altamash Faraz would be attending as celebrity guests to give morale boost to the participants in this year’s edition, he further informed.

Meanwhile, reigning Miss NEFA Arunachal, Tenzin Chonzom, while encouraging the girls to participate in the beauty pageant, said that everyone is talented but they need little push to go in that direction.

While stating that participation is more important than winning the title, she said such events not only offer lots of opportunities to individuals to learn many things but also help them in becoming a better person.

Ginggu Metum Timba, the reigning Mr Arunachal, also urged upon the youths of state to participate in the event. He said the event is not just about pageant but a platform for overall personality development.

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