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Suman Rao Miss India 2019 declared

Femina Miss India Grand Finale 2019 announced

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Suman Rao Miss India 2019 declared, Femina Miss India Grand Finale 2019 announced, Suman Rao Crowned as the Winner of Femina Miss India 2019, Will Represent Country at Miss World Beauty Pageant in Thailand. Femina Miss India 2019 beauty pageant finale will be held tonight, June 15, 2019, at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor Stadium in Mumbai.

56th Femina Miss India saw a tough competition between the contestants. The grand finale was closer than any other past editions of the Miss India pageant. The champion won all the major trophies and the major chunk of the prize money available on that night but not all was lost for the runners up.

Auditions for the pageant were held in 30 states across India to find the next beauty queen. The top three contestants from every state were given a chance to participate in the state zonal crowing ceremony. The final state winner was chosen to represent her state at the finale of Miss India 2019.

The gala night witnessed a breathtaking performance by Katrina Kaif on popular song Swag Se Swagat and had set the stage on fire! All the rounds in the grand finale were amazing and as the competition was getting closer, everyone was getting more impatient to know the name of the winner of Femina Miss India 2019 which is finally out! And Rajasthan’s Suman Rao has won the crown.

Miss India 2019 Contestants

Miss India 2018, Anukreethy Vyas is all set to crown the Miss India 2019. The 30 competing contestants of FBB Femina Miss India 2019.

Shaasthra Shetty (Goa), Jayanti Reang (Tripura), Marina Kiho (Nagaland), Sang Doma Tarang (Sikkim), Mansi Taxak (Gujarat), Harnaaz Kaur (Punjab), Chitrapriya Singh (Jharkhand), Sushmita Roy (West Bengal), Siddhi Gupta (Uttarakhand), Sonal Sharma (Haryana), Roshni Dada (Arunachal Pradesh), Urmila Shagolsem (Manipur), Jyotishmita Baruah (Assam), Nikita Tanwani (Andhra Pradesh), Aashna Bisht (Karnataka), Suman Rao (Rajasthan), Garima Yadav (Madhya Pradesh), Lakshmi Menon (Kerala), Shreya Shanker (Bihar), Rubeiya SK (Tamil Nadu), Garima Verma(Himachal Pradesh), Vaishnavi Andhale(Maharashtra), Mansi Sehgal (Delhi), Shivani Jadhav (Chhattisgarh), Sheetal Sahu (Odisha), Sangeeta Das (Meghalaya), Megha Kaul (Jammu and Kashmir), Shinata Chauhan (Uttar Pradesh), Sanjana Vij (Telangana), and Lalnunthari Rualhleng (Mizoram).

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