The build-up towards the Miss India Fiji 2012 final on September 8 is gathering momentum.
The 10 young contestants are undergoing several training sessions to perfect themselves for the finals. The training includes styling, personal grooming, catwalk training, public speaking, choreography and coaching for their various talents.
“We are fortunate to have Pivot Point Style Gallery provide grooming classes including beauty sessions in the lead up to the event and the VOU dance group is assisting with the choreography for the opening number for the girls to perform during the finals,” Miss India Fiji Director, Aliyah Jan said.
“Trainings and workshops will be conducted by Fiji Fashion Week to help the girls with their catwalk, public speaking and etiquette,” she said.
The contestants will also be visiting the children at the Paediatric ward at CWM.
“We also encourage the girls to take their own initiatives to reach out to the community with self initiated charitable projects,” added Jan.
The set design of the final show is inspired by the ‘moghul’ art and the ‘taj mahal’ as Miss India Fiji officials are expecting to bring one of Fiji’s best stage performance.
“We are expecting a big turnout as this event is planned to be bigger than it has ever been,” Jan said.
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