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Actress Urvashi Rautela and film director Madhur Bhandarkar judge Mr and Ms. India 2017

Dreamz Productions Mr & Miss India 2017 – A stage for the unseen talents to reach the limelight

New Delhi 26th February 17, was a date worth remembering as it was the Grand Finale of Dreamz productions Mr & Miss India 2017 which took place at Raddisson Blu Hotel, Kaushambi. The Event unveiled the idea and concept behind this event. Dreamz production house is creating a new hub for film and fashion industry. It aims to successfully provide an integrated platform for the new and aspiring Indian models to make their dream of modeling, theatre, television and films come true. It’s an exciting platform for the raw talent across the country as the auditions for Mr. and Miss India 2017 were held in over 36 cities in order to provide an equal opportunity to youngsters to present their talent.

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Present on the occasion were film Director Padam Shri and National Award winner film Director Madhur Bhandarkar, maker of sensitive and thought provoking films such as Page 3, Fashion, Chandani Bar, Heroine and many more,Urvashi Rautela, film actress and Ms. Diva 2015, she represented India at Ms. Universe pageant in 2015, featured in Singh Saab The Great, Great Grand Masti and recently in a special appearance in ‘Saara Zamaana’ in Hrithek starrer ‘Kaabil’, Ranvijay, actor and a popular model, Zoya Afroz – Model, Actress and Mr. Sharad Chaudhary – Director Dreamz Production House, Mr. & Miss India 2017.
35 Girls and 40 Boys competed for the title of Mr. & Miss India 2017. All participants competed on the theme of Goan attire – casual, ethnic and western dress.

Sharad Chaudhary (Director of Dreamz production house) says “a pageant with fantastic opportunity for all aspirants to live their dream of winning a title and taking the first step for being recognized as a brand”
Film director Madhur Bhandarkar said “ It’s a good platform to encourage youngsters, especially for those who are from small cities and do not get a chance to showcase their talent”. Actress Urvashi Rautela was seen walking on the ramp to encourage the contestants and shared her own experiences when she was crowned Ms. Diva, and also gave some useful tips to the aspirants.
IMAGINE, if you can, a world without criminals! There would be no need for police, prisons, or expensive and complicated criminal justice systems. It would be a world where each individual would respect the life and property of others & we are here to spread this message of “Humanity & Crime Free World” with this event. The auditions for the pageant took place in 36 prominent cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Jaipur, Lucknow and others
After the grand auditions spread over in 36 cities, the selected finalists were in Delhi for their Image Counselling, Grooming and Ramp Walk Training by the experts for three days. The Grand Finale to choose the winners was held on 26th Feb 2017 where an eminent panel of judges from film and entertainment fraternity selected title winners, 1st runner up and 2nd runner up in both Mr. India and Miss India categories and finally crowned the very first Mr. & Miss India 2017.
The judges were Ms. Urvashi Rautela – Actress, Mr. Madhur Bhandarkar – Film Director, Mr. Ranvijay -Actor, Mr. Sharad Chaudhary Director Dreamz Production House and Ms. Zoya Afroz – Actress
Winner of Mr. India 2017 : Kamil Khan
Winner of Miss India 2017: Simran Tiwari
Apart from the title winners and the runner ups, 10 girls and 10 boys were selected in the various other categories as is the practice in all other pageants

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