New Delhi: Beauty pageants and manhunt contests help boost the confidence levels of not just the winners but also of the contestants participating. Bollywood actor Tusshar Kapoor was recently in the national capital to judge Mr India Manhunt 2017 pageant.
Pumping some inspiration to the aspiring models, he said, “Opportunities are like sunrises and if you wait, you miss them. So, wake up and conquer it.”
Delhi boy Gaurang Arora, 25, won the title which was organised by Skywalk Entertainment at Trivoli Garden in New Delhi. The event was attended by some of the prominent faces from different walks of the life such as renowned celebrity skincare and make-up expert Aashmeen Munjal, theatre actor Manoj Bakshi who had played Pakistani police office in 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'.
“Competition in the entertainment industry is getting tougher with each passing day and youngsters really need to give their best to make a place for themselves. Also, another important factor is finding a right platform to exude your talent and such opportunities really help us in finding a talent”, said Tusshar, whose recently released Golmaal Again became the fastest Rs 100 crore earner of the year.
Tusshar, who made his debut opposite Kareena Kapoor in 'Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai' in 2001, praised all the 69 contestants and advised them to remain focused on their goals in order to fulfil their dreams.
‘Mr India Manhunt 2017’ saw a total of 69 participants from across the country. The contestants went through three tough rounds. The first and second runner-ups of the event were Abdul Qadir from Secunderabad and Rijul Chandel hailing from Jammu and Kashmir, respectively.
Manish Sahdev and Ankita Aggarwal of Skywalk Entertainment said that they will continue to provide such platforms to the young generation and help the winners to get a breakthrough in the Bollywood.