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Mrs. Radiant Kanpur 2017 Press Conference.
  • The Radiant Mrs. Kanpur 2017 is a beauty pageant event to honor the married women and empower them
  • The winner of Mrs. Kanpur 2017 gets to compete in the Mrs. UP
  • The event will be held in Kanpur from 2nd to 16th September

August 29, 2017: On 19th August, the Press Conference for Radiant Mrs Kanpur 2017 was successfully conducted in Kanpur by A2Z Communication Group.

The Radiant Mrs. Kanpur 2017 is a beauty pageant event for the married females of Kanpur. The Kanpur event is a pathway to a larger event Mrs. UP. Through honoring married women, it seeks to enhance and empower women’s personality and aura and further giving them a platform for shaping up confidence.

Also Read: Miss Transqueen India 2017: Delhi Says Be-YOU-tiful, Gears Up to Host Transgender Beauty Pageant on August 27

The mission of the event is to find and promote exceptional women with interests in glamour, humanitarian issues, and the Indian culture. The winner of Mrs. Kanpur will go on to participate in the Mrs. UP event.

Radiant Mrs. Kanpur Press Conference.

The event is also creating awareness to support acid attack survivors and the transgender community of India.

NewsGram is the proud & official online media partner for Radiant Mrs. Kanpur 2017.

The event in Kanpur is scheduled from 2nd to 16th September 2017. The press conference to the event was attended by Acid Attack Survivor Mrs. Kavita, along with Mrs. Jaya Srivastava, a singer. Ms. Ashi Bagga, the winner of Ms. UP 2017 was also present along with makeup artist and stylist Mrs. Vinita and Mrs. Zara. The Directors of A2Z Brand Communications Group, Mr. Akhilesh Khare, Rashmi Singh Bhadhauria and Sachin Mishra attended the press conference as well.

Radiant Mrs. Kanpur Press Conference

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