City girl wins double title at Miss India contest
City girl wins double title at Miss India contest. Irshikaa Mehrotra was chosen the winner of ‘Femina Miss Beautiful Smile’ during the sub-contest crowning of the ‘fbb Femina Miss India 2014’ pageant by Dr Suhas Lele, the smile care expert of the pageant.
Irshikaa Mehrotra wins ‘Femina Miss Beautiful Smile’ and ‘Miss Multimedia’ title
Irshikaa Mehrotra was chosen the winner of ‘Femina Miss Beautiful Smile’ during the sub-contest crowning of the ‘fbb Femina Miss India 2014’ pageant by Dr Suhas Lele, the smile care expert of the pageant. An accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr Lele says that it was a tough choice to make, but he chose Irshikaa based on the golden proportion of teeth and her smile, which fit parameters like the zone of excellence, and good dento-facial aesthetics.
She also won the ‘Miss Multimedia’ title for the maximum likes and shares among the top 10 contestants.
Irshikaa Mehrotra is the only girl who made it to the finals from Hyderabad for the contest. Some 25 girls were chosen as finalists on March 1 in Mumbai. A smart vivacious girl whose father is an Army officer, Irshikaa is endowed with skills of a painter, dancer, traveller and orator. She competed with a very vibrant batch of entrepreneurs, engineers, architects, lawyers as contestants from across the country.
Having completed her schooling from Army School, RK Puram, Irshikaa has beaten many students in academics to bag the top position throughout school. She topped in Commerce stream in class XII in her school and has been widely acknowledged as multi-faceted.
Thereafter she went to Delhi to do her Bachelor's degree in Economics (Hons) from IP College, Delhi University. Today she is on the brink of branching out into the cut-throat zone of corporates completing her Masters in Financial Economics from Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
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