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Kamlesh Chugh crowned Mrs Bharat Grandmother USA

Atlanta, GA, February 8, 2018: Georgia’s Kamlesh Chugh was crowned Mrs Bharat Grandmother USA at a glittering pageant held at the Royal Alberts Palace in New Jersey on December 3.

Kamlesh’s sunny disposition and perfect portrayal of the Internet personality, Pammy aunty won the hearts of the jurors.

Talking to NRI Pulse, Kamlesh said there are a million of reasons to participate in a beauty pageant. It is not only about beautiful hair and clothes and sashaying on the stage. She said, the biggest reason, is “when you see your own real beauty.”

Her reasons for participating in the pageant? To inspire women of all ages; to build her confidence and to make new friends.

“Pageants give you a whole new window of opportunities and open doors to modeling, acting, hosting, fundraising, performing etc,” Kamlesh added. “Remember, you define the crown. The crown doesn’t define you. Use the crown to do something good, something meaningful.”

“As the saying goes, you have got to be on it to win. If you don’t enter, your chances of winning is zero!!! So, have a go and see what happens- it could be your lucky day!” she said.

Kamlesh thanked Janak and Rashmi Bedi of  Mydream Entertainment LLC for the pageant opportunity.

In the past, Kamlesh has won the 2017 Mrs India International Inspirational Queen in Bangkok, Thailand. She also participated in the 2010 Mrs India International beauty pageant and was declared the 1st runner up.

Kamlesh is president of Greater Atlanta Punjabi Society (GAPS) and balances her roles as mother and grandmother with a successful business.

The Mrs Grandmother USA Pageant is the brainchild of Janak and Rashmi Bedi who run Mydream Entertainment LLC.

Mydream Entertainment hosts several pageants throughout the year including the Miss\Mrs Bharat USA, Teen Bharat USA, Mr Bharat USA and Mrs Grandmother USA.

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