Maanya Vikram Randhawa brings laurels to J&K, shines at India’s Kids Superstar 2023
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JAMMU: Daughter of soil, Maanya Vikram Randhawa has brought laurels to Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir by shining at India’s Kids Superstar 2023.
Daughter of former Legislator and senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Vikram Randhawa, Maanya won India’s Kids Superstar 2023 in senior category.
The finale competition was held at Noida Film City T-Series Studio and the result was declared on May 13, 2023.
Multi-talented Maanya has been honoured with cash award of Rs 51,000 along with role in web-series, free portfolios and much more.
MTV Roadies Fame Prince Narula, International Model Bhumika Bahl, Mrs. Universal 2021 and 2022 were among the judges.
The event was organised under the National Banner of Dreams House Production by Sharad Choudhary and was sponsered by Dubai Beauty School.
There were 22 contestants in senior category, out of which Maanya won the title. Maanya was awarded in presence of Mrs India Neha Dhupia and Rohit Khadelwal.
It is pertinent to mention here that Dreams House Production is well known in modelling and fashion industry.
Today, in a function organised at Press Club Jammu, Maanya Vikram Randhawa was honoured for shining in India’s Kids Superstar 2023 by Chief Designer and Enterpreneur Ankita Kalha along with Universal 2022 Isha Sharma.
While talking to reporters, Maanya extended gratitude to Chief Designer and Enterpreneur Ankita Kalha, for designing the outfit for the finale.
“Mrs Universal 2022 Isha Sharma always inspired me and supported me in every possible way”, Maanya added.
“It was an exciting platform for the talent across the country”, Maanya said, adding that the team of Dreams House Production visited over 22 cities in India for the auditions of the contestants.
While speaking, Vikram Randhawa extended thanks to the organisers, judges and others for recognising the talent of her daughter.
“Jammu and Kashmir is rich in talent and I hope such events will be organised here to recognise the hidden talent of the children of Union Territory”, Randhawa added.