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Chennai  Oct 2017: The 1st edition of Miss Tamil Nadu 2018 is all set, the contestants are all ready to start competing against each other. The Pageant aims to discover the freedom express and talent of the women in Tamil Nadu. This edition of the pageant will bring Tamil Nadu’s natural beauty to the entire world. The introduction of contestant happened on 17th Oct 2017 at Cafino Gameyard.

The Miss Tamil Nadu 2018 pageant is conceived and executed by Miss South India which is run by Mr Ajith Ravi for the past 15years. JJ Diamonds claimed the title sponsor for the 1st edition of Miss Tamil Nadu presented by DQ Watches, Unique Watches and Manapuram Gold Loan

Meera Mithun, Actress & Former Miss South India is all ready to encourage the young talents who are going to participate in the event. She had brought the first occurrence Miss Tamil Nadu 2018 in Chennai and also she will now be creating more opportunity and will show her support to the participants, speaking on the occasion Meera Mitun, Regional Director of Tamil Nadu Miss South India said, “I feel privileged to bring Miss Tamil Nadu 2018 to our very own pride Chennai, for the very first time in pageant history. Miss Tamil Nadu 2018 will occur through proper norms and conditions of a pageant registry and we are ready to encourage young talents.”

In this edition of Miss Tamil Nadu, 20 contestants will walk the ramp on the grand finale which is going to happen in the month of November. The winners will be crowned and the title winners will participate in Miss South India along with other finalists.

Miss South India:
Miss South India will spread all over Indian to bring together the youth of South India reflecting the culture and tradition of Indian in its trust colour, Which showcase South India in all its splendor, it’s exciting blend of culture, tourist destinations and natural beauty of the entire world.

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