Six countries, besides six cities pan India contest in PCTE Mr & Miss Ludhiana Auditions
Author(s): City Air NewsLudhiana, October 4, 2019. Six countries from across the globe, and six cities pan India, culminating to a total of 210 contestants participated in the PCTE Mr & Miss. Ludhiana Auditions 2019 at the PCTE Group of...
Ludhiana, October 4, 2019. Six countries from across the globe, and six cities pan India, culminating to a total of 210 contestants participated in the PCTE Mr & Miss. Ludhiana Auditions 2019 at the PCTE Group of Institutes campus today.
The contest has several subtitles to be bagged besides the pageant like PCTE Mr & Miss Ludhiana Supermodel, Mr & Miss Fitness, Miss Radiant Skin, Mr Well Groomed, PCTE Mr & Miss Personality, and prizes worth Rs.1 lac to be taken away for winners, besides hampers.
Mrs India, Aditi Swaraj, who represented India at Mrs India Globe and won Mrs India Beauty Queen 2016, she is the winner of the award Leader of Tomorrow at Mrs Globe 2016 in China and is a Pageant Trainer and Show Director. Another equally famous judge in the panel was Rashmi Jain, Haute Monde Mrs.India worldwide, she was awarded as the Pride of India and Smart Wonder Women “Aaj Ki Naari”. The third member on the panel was Satyajit Thind, who spent 25 years in International Trade and Business traveling the world extensively were the judges for the Auditions.
Theme for the auditioning was 'Denims and White', where students played with different coloured denims in anything from a cap to denim convass shoes. Each contestant had to walk the ramp, and then introduce himself or herself in one minutes elevator pitch. What started at 10.30 am finished around 3.30 pm. Mrs India, Aditi Swaraj said the craze for fashion, modelling and the confidence with which the contestants took the ramp was very encouraging.
Sarthak Sharma, a contestant from New Delhi said that he found the platform amazing, and added by saying that coming from a sport background; the experience was completely new for him. However, even being nervous at first, he enjoyed the first round very much and is looking forward for the upcoming rounds. Suraj Pal, a contestant from Chandigarh said that it was the first time he had participated in any event at Ludhiana and was fully excited for the audition at PCTE, he further added by saying that competitions like these help him to explore his potential to the fullest.
The place went abuzz with synthetic rocking music, cheering that filled the halls, and paparazzi blinking from all over as the contestants walked the ramp. Manpreet Mann, who was the organizer for the event portrayed that while the catwalk did not go amiss of catcalls, and it was difficult to contain the enthusiasm of the students all day, she and Rajveer Singh, her co-organizer thoroughly enjoyed setting up the entire pageant every bit.
The personality round, where senior academicians talk to all semi-finalists is scheduled on Monday for the Semi Finals ethnic round is scheduled on 9th and the grand finale on 11th October.