The countdown is on for one of Auckland’s ritziest, glitziest and most dazzling annual events.
On Saturday September 15, Auckland’s Mahatma Gandhi Centre will be transformed into a Bollywood wonderland as gorgeous Kiwi-Indian contestants go for gold, hoping to be crowned MissIndiaNZ 2018. As contestants battle it out in a wide variety of categories, spectators will be treated to an extravaganza of fashion, music and dance that blends the very best of Indian and New Zealand cultures.
For event producers Rhythm House, there is nothing else quite like it.
“For those who love fanfare and razzle-dazzle this event is unmissable. It’s the ultimate celebration of the Kiwi-Indian culture, showcasing a unique and diverse mix of ethnic backgrounds, talents, and passions.”
There’s no debating the popularity of the Miss IndiaNZ event. Every year it’s a sell-out show, and with this year promising to be the most spectacular one yet, tickets go on sale 1st August, better get in quick.
The contestants spend many months honing their skills in preparation for the show, which will see them compete in everything from Q and A’s, to catwalks, to traditional dance. Each participant will be given a chance to shine, plus the opportunity to lay claim to a string of different titles, such as Miss Talent, Miss Potential Model – and the coveted Miss Popular title, earned via eight weeks of public voting which finishes on September 14.
For more details and to enter / www.missindianz.co.nz
Produced by leading Bollywood event specialists Rhythm House
It’s got glitz and glamour. It’s got Bollywood panache. It’s even got a dash of controversy. The annual Miss IndiaNZ is a stage extravaganza.
For the past fifteen years, some of New Zealand’s most stunning women have strutted their stuff as part of a jaw-dropping show filled with Bollywood music, celebrities and Indian beauties.
The Miss IndiaNZ event is a definite highlight on New Zealand’s show calendar. Aimed to promote and enhance local talent in NZ, Miss IndiaNZ provides a platform for young women of Indian heritage to launch into acting, modelling and the entertainment industry on an international stage.