Srishti Aggarwal wins Miss India Australia 2019 title

Sydney girl, Srishti Aggarwal, 22 years old, double degree finance/commerce student, is the Raj Suri Miss India Australia 2019 winner. 

Srishti is in the final year of her graduation from Macquarie University, Sydney. In addition to English, Srishti can speak Hindi and Punjabi.

Srishti is passionate about body image and self-confidence in women across Australia.   She personally was over weight and lost 20 kgs  to build her own confidence.  “As a woman, one does not need perfect figure, but, need to look after your own bodies for yourself, not for others.” – says Srishti. She wants to be a role model for young girls in Australia, especially issues related with obesity.

The Miss India Australia winner and the 8 finalists were selected on the basis of their overall personality and talent performances after the face to face and online auditions, with real casting experience, self image and Bollywood workshops in Sydney by Australian Indian talent mentor Raj Suri.

Miss India Australia 2019, Srishti Aggarwal, will officially represent Australia in the 28th Miss India Australia Worldwide 2019 week at the five star Leela Hotel, Mumbai, India from 2 September. The finale is on 7 September 2019 in the grand ballroom in the same hotel in Mumbai.

Indian entertainment industry professionals are expected to attend including many Bollywood celebrities.

Also representing at the same time will be the 4th Mrs India Worldwide 2019.

The Mrs India Worldwide Australia 2019 was taken out by Karishma Bhojwani, 28 years old, business school performing arts creative, who is a working professional in design and innovation in a top company in Sydney. Karishma is passionate about women pursuing creative arts after marriage.

The 8 Miss India Australia 2019 Finalists, represented from around Australia are: SRISTI Aggarwal, GORISHA Sharma, HARLEEN Thind, TANMAI Khairnar, PARANSHI Kapasi, ANKITA Karungalekar, TAYUSHMA Sewak (Adelaide) and ASHA Suka (Brisbane)

The Miss India Australia 2019 subtitles announced are:

Miss India Australia 2019 ”“ Photogenic  ”“  Gorisha Sharma – Sydney

Miss India Australia 2019 ”“ Best Talent  ”“  Ankita Karungalekar– Melbourne

Miss India Australia 2019 – Professional – Tanmai Khairnar – Melbourne

Miss India Australia 2019 – Beautiful Smile – Harleen Thind – Sydney

Miss India Australia 2019 ”“ Best Student ”“ Paranshi Kapasi – Sydney

The 8 Miss India Australia 2019 finalists who showcased their talent ranging from acting, singing, fusion dancing and public speaking.

Srishti is being trained, mentored by Sydney based image and Bollywood consultant Raj Suri and will be exclusively represented via Raj Suri associate talent office in Mumbai and in Australia through the media firm, Karigar Australia. was established in 2001. The first Miss India Australia was announced in 2003. It is more than just a contest, it celebrates Australian diversity and cultivates Indian Australjn role models. Founder Raj Suri conducts women empowerment workshops helping with self confidence and image, career coaching and cross culture integration for young women in Australia.

About Miss India Australia  (est.2001)

– Founded in 2001 by photographer/media/film producer Raj Suri,the Original Miss India Australia is the first ever-national talent search in Australia for women of Indian origin, affiliated to the Miss India Worldwide which is celebrating its 28th year in 2018 represented by over 20 countries. “Miss India Australia embraces the best of Australian and Indian culture presenting a unique opportunity for Australian women to engage with and celebrate rich heritage with contemporary Australian identity.  Miss India Australia does not follow a minimum height or weight criteria in women. It truly celebrates the “real woman” – the Indian Australian diversity.

The Miss India Australia Talent Search has had participation from the local Australian Indian community and is now evolved into the platform of choice for the young culturally aware Australian women especially to make inroads into the Indian Films (Bollywood), Fashion industries and inspire diverse youth in Australia.

Former Miss India Australia WINNERS and Finalists in the Indian Film and Australian TV Industry:

Miss India Australia 2004, Australian born, Sydney’s Vimala Raman, has already made her mark in the Indian film industry. Vimala has completed over 42 films as the lead and is now in the midst of a hectic acting career. Vimala’s Oppam, opposite Malayalam superstar  Mohanlal, released in 2017 has been a box office hit. In 2017 Vimala Raman featured on the cover of Australian The Good Weekend Magazine

Miss India Australia 2018, Sakshi Singh, starred as a lead in a short Long Distance, which was the official selection in the Melbourne International Film Festival 2019 (MIFF) earlier this month.

Zenia Starr –  Miss India Australia 2013  – The Gloaming TV Series (2019), Australian Film Backyard Ashes – TV Commercials – My Birthday Song Bollywood Film and one featuring Dev Patel in the film Hotel Mumbai. Sharon Johal, Neighbours – Australian TV.
Pallavi Sharda – Miss India Australia 2010, is now an accomplished actor in Australia and in Bollywood – currently starring in ‘Beecham House’, a historical drama series by Gurinder Chadha, joined in 2017 ABC Series Pulse, earlier in the Australian film Save Your Legs and the Bollywood blockbuster film in 2013 in the film ‘Bessharam’, and 2015 release ‘Hawaizaada’.

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