It’s that time of the year again – the time to rewrite destiny! We at Miss India Organization are back with yet another opportunity for India’s talent to shine. We believe in encouraging our young Miss India aspirants and pushing them to break barriers to reach the heights of success. We want the ‘power of the crown’ to inspire everyone.
Miss India Organization translates its scouting operations into the digital media space, in pursuit of beauty ambassadors. Powered by a dynamic format, VLCC presents Femina Miss India 2022 is rooted in its vision to empower the youth and represent the best of India’s talent at international platforms.
The pageant in its virtual format for the second time now, has launched a nationwide hunt effective to select representatives each from the 28 states and a representative from Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir besides a collective representative from the Union Territories making for a total of 31 finalists. The selection process of the state representatives will entail an online registration process inviting specific audition video task submissions only via the Moj App.
With a nearly six-decade legacy of transforming lives of young talented women who have become icons in the glamour and fashion industry, VLCC presents Femina Miss India 2022 co-powered by Sephora, Moj & Rajnigandha Pearls, vows to continue its tradition of creating icons with an aim to extend whole-hearted support to the new generation women who have the potential to lead and represent the country in the future, this time, online.
Talking about the pageant with pride and passion, Neha Dhupia said, “Each year in the journey of Femina Miss India, I feel a strong sense of nostalgia as it takes me back to all the learnings and experiences I’ve gained and will cherish lifelong. It’s always endearing to see these young participants so full of enthusiasm and ready to take on the world. It’s their willingness to succeed that leaves everyone feeling inspired.”
The winner of VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 co-powered by Sephora, Moj & Rajnigandha Pearls will represent India at the Miss World pageant. Winning the title of Miss India will not only catapult you to fame, but also give you a chance to live in the Maximum City – Mumbai – known to be the hub of entertainment and glamour.
Continuing the legacy that saw Six Miss Worlds who made us proud by marking their presence on the globe Reita Faria (1966), Aishwarya Rai (1994), Diana Hayden (1997), Yukta Mookhey (1999), Priyanka Chopra (2000) and Manushi Chhillar (2017), the hunt for the new crown bearer has begun.