Rajasthan’s Nandini Gupta crowned as the new Femina Miss India 2023 alongside the runner -up’s Shreya Poonja from Delhi and strela luwany from Manipur.19 year old was begged crowned at the grand finale held at human lamp indoor Stadium, Manipal on 15th April.
By next year she will represent India at the Miss World platform.
About the grand event:
This year 59th edition of Femina Miss India was held at Imphal, Manipal. At the event night
The former Miss India queens Sinishetty, Rubal Shekhawat, Shinata Chauhan, Manasa Varanasi, Manika Sheokend, Manya Singh, Suman Rao, and Shivani Jadhav had a dance performance.
Neha Duipla, Harshavardhan Kulkarni, Sarita Devi, Rocky Star, Namrata Joshipura, and Terence Lewis were on the jury panel for the grand mesmerizing show.
The grand event was hosted by Manish Paul and celebrities like Ananya Panday, Bhumi Pednekar and Kartik Aryan was present and performed at the grand event.
Featuring multiple fashion rounds, the ladies featured designers like Namrata Joshipura, Rocky Star, and Robert Naorem.
The chief minister of the state Manipal N.Biren Singh also present at femina miss India in 2023.
Source :India today NE
Who is Nandini Gupta?
She is 19 years old and from Kota Rajasthan. She is a model and Business management student. she is pursuing her studies at Lala Lajpat Rai Winning the miss India title is her dream since childhood.
In an interview, Nandini Gupta said Priyanka Chopra and Ratan Tata are her inspiration to grow up in the beauty industry and to provide various employment opportunities.
The three winners were selected by the jury members of Neha Duplia, Sarita Devi, Harshavardhan Kulkarni, Rocky Star, Namrata Joshipura, and Terence Lewis.
The Contestants were asked questions by the juries and they had to answer the questions. The finale answer that made her win is, “I come from Kota, and there is a place Kathoon on its outskirts. it is very famous for Kota Doria,a fabric which is famous for its cool and comfortable quality but unfortunately, women and their families dedicated their entire life to this work but are left unseen, unheard, and exploited by not giving proper remuneration. I want to give them a platform, help them in building their legacies, and not get exploited. Not only this, by promoting them, I will able to promote Indian handloom on national and international platforms where all are benefited”.