UP’s beauty queen on a mission
With Mrs India Galaxy 2017 crown under her belt, Deepshikha Singh a teacher based in Uttar Pradesh plans to continue working towards women empowerment. Hailing from district Basti and married to an army officer from Varanasi, she has won one of India’s most prestigious pageant for married women, organised by Vibrant Concepts. She has also bagged the title for most beautiful eyes. The finale of the contest was a grand affair and was attended by known personalities of the fashion world. The jury included popular Punjabi singer Shankar Sahney and Supermodel Universe 2016 Gagan Verma.
Deepshikha, who is currently teaching in Army Public School, said, “The contest began on September 16 with the theme ‘Stop Violence Against Women’ at Tivoli Garden Resorts, New Delhi. The contestants stayed at the resort for four days and we underwent several grooming sessions on health and lifestyle under the guidance and mentorship of Ginny Kapoor and Gagandeep Kapoor, directors of organising company.”
Talking about the contest she adds, “The contest included various rounds like talent round, presentation/act on Stop Violence Against Women. We were also given the opportunity of portfolio shoot wherein they were provided with professional make up and styling tips and were taught to pose like models, by professional photographers. The auditions were held across the country where around 4,000 women were screened by the members of expert panel out of which 40 women were selected as finalists. The contestants were given various challenges and online tasks and were being assessed throughout on that basis.
This beauty queen wants that woman all around the globe should always try to crave a niche for themselves whether married or not. “Life doesn’t stop after marriage. You should believe in yourself and should never give up on your dreams, married or unmarried,” says Deepshikha who elated by her great success and is looking forward to representing India on the International level.
Mrs India Galaxy Deepshikha Singh (centre) with runnersup.