The Great Pageant Community is the official media coverage partner of ‘World Supermodel India 2016’. TGPC is also anchoring an online web interview sub-contest where girls will be asked interesting questions and their responses will be watched by the public across globe. The girl with the best set of answers, grace, poise, outstanding personality will take away the title of ‘Miss Personality’. These girls shall be judged by our esteemed panel of judges who have made mark in their own field of passion( And yes we are talking about pageants). Our judges shall be looking for a girl who seems genuine in her responses, who emits the positive outlook and charming radiance when she speaks, the one who would never go unnoticed if standing in the crowd. A difficult task but we are sure our judges will come up with a great result. So let’s meet out panel of judges:
Also Read: Contestants of World Supermodel India 2016.
If you are an avid Indian pageant follower, then this name needs no introduction. She is associated with TGPC since it’s inception. Shinata Sangha is a Glamour model of British/Indian decent. She is also the beauty, fashion and make-up editor of Transliving Magazine. Shinata’s passion for pageants began in 1996 when the prestigious Miss World pageant took place in majestic India (Bangalore). She has won several beauty pageants in England including Miss Glamour Queen United Kingdom 2006, Miss Alternative London 2007, Queen of Nations Outstanding Achievement Award winner 2007. She is also an activist for the LGBT community and has helped many aspiring beauty queens past, present and future with her own knowledge and experience in pageantry.
Mrinalni Singh was runner-up at Miss Navy Queen, Fresh Face, finalist at I Am She 2012, Top 7 at Indian Princess 2013 and a Top 7 finalist at Miss Tourism International 2012. She was also the winner of People’s Choice at Indian Princess 2013. She is currently working as a model and as an actress. Mrinalni has previously judged many contests at TGPC.
Vagisha Mishra is a literature lover and a passionate pageant aficionado. She has done her masters and honours degree in English Literature from University of Delhi. Her interest in pageants lies since childhood and she began voicing out her opinions about pageantry in her blog The Kaleidoscope of Indian Pageantry, which she started in 2014. Currently working as an Editor at Angelopedia and an assistant professor, she wish to write a novel in future some day!
Simeon Singsit loves beauty pageant and travelling to the core. A big fan of Lawn Tennis, Simeon loves to read a lot, write a lot and is always ready to explore the places around me. He sees beauty and happiness in the small things he does Besides, his curiosity to see and exploring new things gives him a new dream to live and motivates him for living it every moment. Simeon currently fulfils his passion of putting his thoughts across the internet through the medium of his blog India and World Pageant.