By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 20th November:- Seeing Lifestyle of Models, we often get glimmered and begin to desire their lifestyle. But there are very few people who get an opportunity to move forward. Today's young generations focuses more on their careers from very young age and are more inclined to achieve their dreams. 3 youngsters have started a company named 'SG Productions, Events & Management' to provide platform to newcomers in the industry. Shubham Gaur, Yashika Sareen, Sheena Mittal jointly launched Mr. and Miss Different Icons North India 2017-18 Pageant whose Audition was organized in Hotel Rajshree. Peter Sodhi and Harjinder Sodhi were special guests on this occasion.
Youngsters from all over Punjab and Haryana showcased their talent in this audition. Total 40 participants gave their audition out of which 30 have been selected for the final.
SG Production owner Shubham Gour said that he himself is a model by profession and he won the title of Mr. India Exotic 2017. His production partner Yashika won Miss Tricity 2017 and Sheena Mittal is a make-up artist in the Punjabi industry. We want to bring all the new talents forward. People do not get the right platform to show their talents, so often their dreams remain incomplete. If given the right direction then youngsters can touch heights with their hard work. Keeping this wish, we have introduced this pageant whose final will be in December.
Shubham, Yashika, Sheena also took charge of Judge Panel including the Sodhi couple. Yashika said that our aim is to bring out new talent, for which we will do our best.
Shubham said that we kept the name of this pagent 'different' as we are looking for some different talent having good skills & manners. In today's participants, we were able to see 'good communication, confidence on ramp and the most important respect for elders'. He wants to give those people an opportunity to move forward, which has a sense of respect towards others. This feeling isn't often seen in the younger generation of today's age, so we want that as youth progress in their career, they retain their culture along with it.