Nandini Gupta from Rajasthan crowned Femina Miss India 2023 while Shreya Poonja from Delhi became first runner-up and Thounaojam Strela Luwang from Manipur crowned second runner-up. Keep reading for more details.
The wait is finally over and India has a new beauty queen – Nandini Gupta, the winner of the prestigious title of Femina Miss India 2023. With her stunning good looks, poise, and brilliant intelligence, the 21-year-old beauty from Jaipur has captured the hearts of millions and set new standards for Indian beauty pageants.
Nandini, has always been a standout performer in whatever she does, and her journey to becoming Miss India 2023 is no different. With years of hard work, sheer determination, and an unwavering passion to succeed, she has emerged as a true role model for young women across India.
Nandini, a 19-year-old with a degree in Business Management, hails from Kota- one of the largest coaching hubs in India for engineering and medical aspirants. With beauty and brains to boot, she is always up for a challenge and determined to succeed. From the age of 10, Nandini held aspirations of competing in the Miss India pageant.
Nandini Gupta Wins Miss India 2023
What’s more, Nandini Gupta is not just a pretty face. She is a fierce advocate for the environment and fights for animal rights. Her involvement in numerous social causes, which includes working with NGOs in rural areas, has made her a beloved figure in her hometown of Jaipur and across India.
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The star-studded extravaganza celebrated the ethos of beauty in diversity and featured memorable performances by India’s heartthrobs, the ever-so-dashing Kartik Aaryan and the very pretty Ananya Panday. Another performance that became the highlight of the evening was one put together by the former winners, Sini Shetty, Rubal Shekhawat, Shinata Chauhan, Manasa Varanasi, Manika Sheokand, Manya Singh, Suman Rao, and Shivani Jadhav, who took the stage in exquisite and finely crafted lehengas from Mohey. The emcees for the evening were none other than the very witty Maniesh Paul and the very vivacious Bhumi Pednaker, who kept the engaged with impromptu antics.
This year, the judging panel was graced by Neha Dhupia, Mentor and Femina Miss India Universe 2002, as well as Laishram Sarita Devi, boxing icon. Moreover, we welcome Terence Lewis, a choreographer, Harshavarshan Kulkarni, a writer and film director, and two ace designers, Rocky Star and Namrata Joshipura.
As Indians, we couldn’t be more proud of Nandini Gupta’s achievement. Her win is a reminder that anything is possible if you work hard and believe in your dreams. We wish her all the best for the Miss World 2023 pageant and hope she continues to inspire young women across the country to dream big and aspire for greatness. So, let’s celebrate the crowning of our new Miss India 2023!