Two local children have been crowned winners in a talent hunt competition. We profile these bright sparks.
They might be small tots, but these Bengaluru children seem to have got it all when it comes to winning many souls. The two winners from Bengaluru of the new Mister Teen Galaxy India Hunt Name 2017 and Miss Tiny Collection will now represent India on a worldwide platform from March 12 to 18 in Bulgaria, Europe. We speak to Bengaluru winners Agasthi Sinha and Myra Muni on the challenges ahead and their arrangements.
She wore the Little Mini Miss Galaxy India Hunt Title 2017 with a smile and won the souls of all the judges present. Myra, a kindergarten student at Chrysalis High who is now all set to represent India in the Little Teen Category Bulgaria Europe 2017 parts, “My mom got to know of the event from Facebook. I had only little days to make. My mom showed me modeling and catwalk videos.
She also taught me how to voice in front of the jury. It was a new thing for me as I’m only five. There were three rounds — talent, catwalk in a gown and question-answer round. I danced on the Chaka De India tune. When I won the title I was so happy that I couldn’t control my cries.
I’m now getting my national clothing organized as I’m representing my state on an international platform and learning dance from Ravi Kumar. I’ve also started a preparing gathering with the experts as I’m competing with kids from other nations. My father Malaya Muni, a pilot trainer with Air Asia and my mom Nandini Muni a homemaker, are accompanying me.”
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He stands tall at 14. Agasthi states, “My mom got to know about this competition from a Facebook post. I enrolled only a day before the trials, so I barely had any time to prepare. I think my confidence and the right attitude led me through the question round. I not once toyed with the idea of modeling and was at all times into football and cricket, but after winning this national title, I want to take up modeling seriously. I’m making hard for the contest in Bulgaria and hope to win the name for India. It was a tough fight as there were several other boys who were good.
I’m thankful to my dad Shardul Sinha and my mom Satya, who’re encouraging and inspiring me. I’m also working with my personality growth coach and a dance coach. We’ve received a request letter from Bulgaria, so Greenwood High International Graduate School has agreed to give me permission. When I’m not learning I like to play football and I’m also into fitness and online gaming.”