Miss Natasha Suri

Natasha Suri is an Indian beauty pageant winner from Mumbai, India. She won the title of Miss India World in 2006 and placed in the top 10 at the Miss World pageant.She also won the spot of being one of the three most beautiful women in the Asian continent that year.
Miss Natasha Suri placed 2nd in the "Best Body" round at Miss World and made it to the top five in the "Talent" round. She also bagged the 'Miss beautiful smile' and 'Miss Personality' subtitles in the Miss India contest.
Miss Natasha Suri won eight beauty contests like the Navy Queen, Miss Maharashtra, Get Gorgeous 1 etc. before winning the Miss India pageant.
Suri is now known as an established and successful model in the Indian fashion Industry. She was discovered by Indian photographer Atul Kasbekar, who introduced her in the annual 'Canon calendar' as one of the most beautiful faces of 2006.
Atul described her in the calender in the following words,Natasha suri moves like a goddess. The camera absolutely and completely loves her. Miss Natasha Suri defines the term photogenic.
Miss Natasha Suri has singularly the most amazing waist in the country. Miss Natasha Suri was featured in Cosmopolitan magazine in the first year itself of her career and also debuted on the runway at the Rome Fashion Week in the same year.
Miss Natasha Suri has walked the ramp at India fashion weeks for 5 seasons.She has done over 600 ramp shows all across reportedly. Miss Natasha Suri hosted the show Cell Guru on NDTV.
Natasha also hosts a luxury n lifestyle show Velvette on Sahara.Miss Natasha Suri participated in the reality show 'The Big Switch' hosted by actress Genelia D'Souza where celebrities had to experience life in a slum in order to fulfill the dream of an assigned slumbuddy. She earned her bachelors degree in business management from Jai Hind College in Mumbai.
Miss Natasha Suri has two sisters who are also in Showbiz,Rupali Suri(Model/Anchor/Actress) who won the Gladrags MegaModel contest in 2006 and Soniya Suri is an actress In South India.She is half Punjabi and half Telugu by caste.
Suri has modelled for almost all Indian designers including Tarun Tahiliani, Rohit Bal, Sabyasachi, Suneet Varma, Satya Paul, Ritu Kumar, Hemant Trevedi, Neeta Lulla and many more. Miss Natasha Suri has appeared in print campaigns and endorsements for Ponds, Pepsodent, Audi, Tanishq, Diet Coke, Snickers, Pantaloons, Parachute, Gestures, etc.
She has adorned the covers of magazines like Femina, Elle, Top gear, Time out, Lifestyle n Luxury, Smart Photography, Brides Now, Avantegarde life, Fitness First, Models n Trends, Megamodelz, Time n Style and Maxim.
She was appointed Tourism Ambassador of Mauritius, receiving a lifetime honour of being 'Friends of Mauritius' by the Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius.
Miss Natasha Suri has also been felicitated by the President of Sri Lanka in 2006 for her success as an ambassador of India.
She was awarded the "Pillar of Hindustani Society" award in 2008 for her achievements in the fashion industry.
Miss Natasha Suri was also presented the "Jai Hind Achievers Alumnus" trophy in 2008. Suri has adjudged several beauty contests including the 'Universal Teen pageant' succeeding Former Miss World Diana Haydon who adjudged it last year.

Miss Ushoshi Sengupta

Ushoshi Sengupta (born 30 July 1988) is an Indian beauty pageant contestant who won the title of I Am Ushoshi Sengupta Miss Universe India and represented India in Miss Universe 2010 held at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada, on August 23.
Born in Kolkata, Sengupta is the daughter of an official in the Indian Air Force. Ushoshi Sengupta graduated from K.V.
Ballygunje, Kolkata, where she was a brilliant student, excelled at mathematics and was offered a scholarship to an engineering college, but decided to pursue liberal arts and a modeling profession.
Ushoshi Sengupta has a Bachelors Degree in Humanities from St. Xavier’s College, and worked as a model before becoming Miss Universe India.
Miss Universe 2010
As the official representative of her country to the 2010 Miss Universe pageant held in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 23, 2010, she participated as one of the 83 delegates who vied for the crown of eventual winner, Ximena Navarrete of Mexico.

Nikita Anand Indian model

Nikita Anand is an Indian model, actress and former beauty queen.
Anand was born to a Punjabi family in Jalandhar, Punjab. Her father is Brigadier S.S. Anand, a doctor in the Indian Army; his frequent transfers led to Nikita studying in different schools (St. Mary's Pune, Maharashtra; Bishop Cottons, Ranchi, Jharkhand; Cathedral and John Connon, Bombay; NIFT, Delhi).
Nikita (5'8" in height) was crowned Femina Miss India 2003, taking over the title from Neha Dhupia, and represented India at the Miss Universe pageant in Panama City, Panama. She made her acting debut in Bollywood with Dil Dosti Etc.
Modelled for Satyapaul amidst the magnificent and electric interiors of the internationally renowned wax attraction-Madame Tussauds in London in March 2004.
Radio Mirchi
Sashayed for Burlingtons in Mumbai.
Modelled for creations of budding fashion designers at graduation shows of fashion institutes like NIFT, NIFD, JD and IIFT.
Modelled in shows 'Passion for Colour' by Times of India, Bridal Asia Show 2003, Femina Bridal Show 2004.
Worked with leading fashion stalwarts like JJ Vallaya, Ritu Kumar, Mona Pali, Siddharth Tytler.

Princess Niloufer Khanum Sultana

H.H. Princess Niloufer (full name: Princess Niloufer Khanum Sultana) was one of the last princesses of the Ottoman empire. Princess Niloufer was born at the Göztepe Palace in Istanbul Turkey on January 4, 1916. Princess Niloufer was the only daughter of HIH Adile Sultan, a Daughter of Shehzade Mehmed Selahaddin. He was the oldest Son of Murad V. Niloufer's Father was: Damad Moralizada Salar ud-din Bey Effendi Princess Niloufer was the first cousin of Princess Hadice Hayriye Ayshe Dürrühsehvar.
When several years passed, and still Niloufer had not conceived, Princess Niloufer consulted various doctors in Europe and was planning to go to America for a medical visit. During this time, one of her maids died during childbirth. At that time, there was no specialized hospital for children and mothers. Niloufer’s resolve to build such a hospital materialized in the form of the current Niloufer Hospital in Red Hills.
While her private life seemed empty due to lack of children, her public life became very glittering. Princess Niloufer was invited to several functions, inaugurated several events and became a torch-bearer for women’s advancement. During the Second World War, Princess Niloufer obtained training as a nurse, and helped in relief efforts. Her beauty, and her active public life, received mention in the press, and frequently on cover pages of magazines. Princess Niloufer was judged one of the 10 most beautiful women in the world, and was offered several roles in films.
Princess Niloufer married Prince Moazzam Jah, who was the second son of Nizam of Hyderabad, on 21 February 1931 in France.Divorced 1952. Being one of the better educated members of her family she established the Niloufer Hospital for Women and Children in Red Hills, Hyderabad, India. Princess Niloufer died in Paris, France on June 12, 1989.