A glittery event for a social cause! Indian Media Works presents Mr., Miss & Mrs. Tamizhagam 2021


A glittery event for a social cause!

Indian Media Works presents Mr., Miss & Mrs. Tamizhagam 2021, the final audition took place on Jan 24th between 11am-2 pm at Rose Water – Anna. Nagar. . A one-of-a-kind beauty pageant featuring celebrity judges and endorsements to raise funds for charity.

Indian Media Works (IMW) is proud to announce Mr., Miss & Mrs. Tamizhagam 2021, a beauty pageant which is being organized exclusively with the noble intention of raising funds to support the families of our valiant jawans who have lost their lives at the borders of the country to protect and safeguard our lives.

The pageant  highlighted the unique personalities of our participants and focus on their education, intelligence, leadership skills, independence, commitment to humanity, and a desire for peace throughout the globe through lively and thought-provoking Q&A sessions. Indian Media Works believes this is what true beauty personifies and our focus is to enhance the inner and outer beauty of the Modern Indian Women while they gain self-confidence and passion within themselves.

This classy, one-of-a-kind pageant kicks took place on January 24th, between 11am-2 pm with our final round of auditions to be held at Rose Water – Anna. Nagar. In a first of its kind , it was a highly-publicized and glitzy audition round before the finale event. This audition allowed to awaken the fashionista within the participants, where they sashayed down the ramp, and dazzled everyone with their wit and charm for a chance to be in the finals for this massive beauty pageant! The finalists for Mr., Miss & Mrs. Tamizhagam 2021 will be decided by a panel of celebrity judges consisting of Emerging fashion choreographer Vinoth,  Mrs. India Earth and Fitness Icon Dr. Jaya Mahesh and Designer Pavithra Singh.

 With this large-scale event, the event organizers seek to recognize rising talent while also being able to uplift those from backward and marginalized sections of our society.

We believe that we are duty-bound as citizens to take care of and provide for the families of those jawans who had fought bravely and laid down their lives so that we may live peacefully. With this long-term goal in mind, Indian Media Works has joined hands with the Women’s League Foundation through their NGO, the Indian Women’s Foundation. The funds raised from the pageant will be used to provide monetary support, education, health and hygiene, skill development and in providing employment opportunities to women from impoverished backgrounds. A cheque will be presented to our charity partner, Women’s League Foundation, on the grand final event!

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