Pune, 28th January 2023: Vietnam based organisation “Miss Charm” is all set to host its inaugural International Pageant “Miss Charm 2023” on 16th February 2023 in Ho Chi Minh City where delegates from all over the world will compete for the crown. The pageant aims to showcase the achievements and cultures of the exceptional beauties from across the globe.
25 year old Satakshi Bhanot will represent India at this mega event in Vietnam. The 170 cm tall diva is an International Business graduate and a post-graduate in Human Resources Management, both, from MIT, Pune. She has co-authored the book Billionaire Mindset Vol2.
Satakshi is excited about representing India at the International platform, considering it a great honour and responsibility. She has trained hard and promises to make Indians proud.
Satakshi believes that beauty pageants are not just about looking good on-stage, but also having all round abilities, as well as awareness and thorough understanding of contemporary issues. The beauty queen always aspired to represent India at an international competition and the title of Miss Charm India 2023 feels like a dream to her.
Satakshi describes herself as carefree, cheerful and positive. She is inspired by Michele Obama because of her strong and positive personality, and how she has created her own identity as an individual.
Satakshi is grateful that she’s surrounded by supportive people who have motivated her to keep going. At the forefront is her mentor Pageant Coach Ritika Ramtri of The Tiara, to whom, she says, she owes a lot. Making Ms Ramtri proud is something she aspires to do.
Satakshi is not new to the world of beauty pageants. She was a National finalist at Campus Princess 2019 and at GSI Supermodel India, besides being a Femina Miss India North finalist. She also has considerable modelling experience having walked on-stage for various designers and brands. She’s also an international face for a brand, Kiko Milano.
Strong, confident and a beautiful person, Satakshi says, “All young women should believe in themselves and be independent in thought and action.”
She looks forward to supporting them in their endeavours. She is also passionate about lending a hand to the less fortunate, having been with the Robin Hood Army and helped at an orphanage in Arunachal Pradesh.