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Twenty five semi-finalists from Calcutta with judges model Madhabilata Mitra, photographer Asish Saha and Anindya Mukherjee, assistant general manager of P.C. Chandra Jewellers.

P.C. Chandra Goldlites Diva gears up for the semi-finals and finals

The semi-finalists are from five clusters- Berhampore, Midnapore, Durgapur, Cooch Behar and Siliguri and Calcutta

By Priyanka Roy
  • Published 17.01.20, 8:11 PM
  • Updated 17.01.20, 8:11 PM
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P.C. Chandra Goldlites Diva, in association with The Telegraph, is all geared up for its semi-final after selecting semi-finalists from five clusters — Berhampore, Midnapore, Durgapur, Cooch Behar and Siliguri — and Calcutta. The last three stops for selecting the semi-finalists were Cooch Behar, Siliguri and Calcutta. The semi-finalists from both Cooch Behar and Siliguri received gift vouchers worth

Rs 5,000. Three semi-finalists from each cluster will be competing with the 25 semi-finalists from Calcutta on February 1 at Tulip Hall, P.C. Chandra Gardens.

The Telegraph
Photo Credit: The Telegraph
“I participated in P.C. Chandra Goldlites Diva because of my keen interest in acting and modelling. I am a pianist and a dancer and I want to show all my talents. This pageant gave me a great platform to showcase my talents,” said Ankita Mitra(left), a geology student from ABN Seal College in Cooch Behar. “Participating in P.C. Chandra Goldlites Diva was a dream come true. My mother is my inspiration and I wish to become an actress,” said Tapa Mohanto (centre), a resident of Pilkhana Saheb Colony, Cooch Behar. “I participated in this pageant because so far modelling was my passion but now I want to convert it into my profession. I look up to Sushmita Sen. I wish to be Miss India someday,” said Debasmita Modak (right), a geography student at Netaji Open University.
The Telegraph
Photo Credit: The Telegraph
“I am interested in modelling, which is why I took part in this pageant. I never imagined that I would be selected for the semi-final round. But now my dream is to win. I am a fresher with no prior experience at all,” said Srijana Sharma (left), a third-year student of Parimal Mitra Smriti Mahavidyalaya. “I wanted to come out of my comfort zone and modelling has always been my passion so I chose to participate in this pageant. This platform is helping me to overcome my fears and also face the camera. My dream is to be a Victoria’s Secret model someday,” said Ananya Roy (centre), a second-year mass communication and journalism student of Siliguri College. Reshma Chakraborty (right)