Miss India-Canada 2015
June 26, 2015
CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF CULTURE, TALENT & GLAMOUR
By A Correspondent
Chevrolet presents the 25th Annual MISS INDIA-CANADA Event on Saturday, August 15, 2015 at the International Plaza Hotel in Toronto. Once again, this year’s Miss India-Canada will win a brand new 2015 Chevrolet Spark.
Last year, the keys, to a brand new 2014 Chevrolet Cruze, were given to Annu Gaidhu, who called winning the car “a dream come true!”
Other prizes include: $1,000 Cash Scholarship, Round Trip Ticket to India, Hotel Accommodation, Cell Phone, Laptop and many more prizes. Several prizes will also be presented to runners-up. Moreover, all applicants this year will have a chance to win the opportunity to be in the next SUHAAG wedding Show.
The Miss India-Canada event has become very popular and a well-known event in Canada. With the continuous support from the business community and the positive feedback from contestants and their parents, the Miss India-Canada event continues to grow by leaps and bounds each year. The show is proudly supported by several corporate and community business.
The Miss India-Canada Event is unique in many ways. Contestants are judged on their Evening Gown, Talent, and their ability to speak in public. The show is focused on Indian arts and culture and at the same time blending into the Canadian mosaic.
Some of the past winners—Kamal Sidhu, Ruby Bhatia, Gita Bali, Rishma Malik, Poonam Chhibber, Melissa Bhagat, and Komila (Kim) Jagtiani—have appeared on the covers of many leading magazines and newspapers in Canada, India, and other countries. The winner of the first Miss India-Canada pageant, Kamal Sidhu, starred in the lead role with Jackie Shroff in “Aar Ya Paar”.
Moreover, Miss India-Canada 2001, Neelam Verma, was crowned Miss Canadian Universe. She represented Canada in the Miss Universe pageant in Puerto Rico and was selected amongst the Top 10 in the world. Also, Rishma Malik, Miss India-Canada 1996 starred in Deepa Mehta’s “Bollywood Hollywood” movie. Furthermore, Sangeeta Virmani, Miss India-Canada 2003 met the Honourable Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, President of India at the Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi. Parul Sharma, Miss India-Canada 2004 sang the Canadian and US national anthems before a sold out Toronto Raptors NBA basketball game. Besides modelling in SUHAAG Magazine, the reigning Miss India-Canada, Annu Gaidhu was casted for Bell Canada's national telecommunications modeling campaign, and selected for Sears Canada in association with eLUXE.ca Spring/Summer LOOK! modeling campaign 2015. She is currently travelling in India and teaching Yoga to underprivileged children.
With 25 years of glamour, the Miss India-Canada organization has continued to transform the annual Gala into a unique evening that allows an affluent South Asian community to come together to celebrate their incredible talent and heritage of this vibrant community.
Entries for the Miss India-Canada Event will be accepted until Friday, June 26, 2015.
For an application form or further information, please contact: (905) 851-0990 or visit www.MissIndiaCanada.com.