WOWW foundation by Rose Khaira and MIBQ Foundation powers Mrs. India Beauty Queen (MIBQ). This contest, directed by Bir Kaur Dhillon is a beauty contest for married women to identify their accomplishments as a wife, mother and moreover as a lady. This pageant involved the selection of 14 women on initial level. Mrs. Bir Kaur Dhillon shortlisted fourteen women from India and all over the world. She judged contestants on the basis of various aspects. The beauty pageant went on for four days. During the same time period, an ace model groomed the ladies.
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Vivanta by Taj saw the grand Finale of the contest on August 26. Show director and ace model, Nayanika Chatterjee groomed the women in the four days. These women were improvised on the basis of health and fitness, Nutrition, self assessment, Time management, wardrobe management, ramp walk, photoshoot, hair and make up. These women were then identified on the basis of various aspects. Mrs. India beauty queen title went to the woman who was best among all of the fourteen women.The contestants had to undergo personal interview and many rounds in order to proceed forward.
The show saw many sub-contests for the evaluation of right person for the title. The panel of judge embraced popular fashion designers like Rohit Kamra, Rakesh Thakore, Tarun Gill, Jeevandeep Singh, Bir Kaur Dhillon and owner of Harrison Locks-Umang Monga. Miss India beauty Queen 2016 was then chosen on the basis of beauty and smartness.
Judges announced their decision on the final day. They crowned Ruth Charlesworth (Mumbai) for the title of Mrs. India Beauty Queen. The first runner up is Aditi Sharma while the second is Shalini Sood. Mrs. India will now represent India on International level in China.
MIBQ adds another glory by allowing women above 45 to participate in the contest. The foundation has crowned Veena Jain for the title of Mrs. India Beauty Queen Classics. She will represent India at Mrs Globe in the year 2017. The official designers for the show are Niket Mishra and Nidhika Shekhar. The creative director for the event was Elvis. He was glad to see the vision turning out into reality.