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Babul Boro clinches Mega Mr NE title

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, March 18 � Babul Boro from Guwahati became the 6th Fair & Lovely Mega Mr North East 2015 at the grand finale held at the ITA Cultural Complex here on Sunday.

Dipankar Buragohain and Samar Sarkar from Guwahati became the 1st and 2nd runners up respectiely.

Babul Boro won a prize package worth Rs 1 lakh which includes cash prize, gifts from pageant sponsors, extensive travel opportunities and professional representation by Mega Entertainment. Besides, he has also been awarded a year�s privileged membership at the Metro Gym, which was the fitness partner for the event.

The three winners will be offered a professional grooming session, which would guide them futher on how to carry themselves forward in the professional shpere. Besides, they will also get the opportunity to be a part of various regional and national assignments.

The contestants were judged in four segments: traditional wear, black suit presentation, personality interview, among others as they vied for the title.

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Babul Boro clinches Mega Mr NE title

GUWAHATI, March 18 � Babul Boro from Guwahati became the 6th Fair & Lovely Mega Mr North East 2015 at the grand finale held at the ITA Cultural Complex here on Sunday.

Dipankar Buragohain and Samar Sarkar from Guwahati became the 1st and 2nd runners up respectiely.

Babul Boro won a prize package worth Rs 1 lakh which includes cash prize, gifts from pageant sponsors, extensive travel opportunities and professional representation by Mega Entertainment. Besides, he has also been awarded a year�s privileged membership at the Metro Gym, which was the fitness partner for the event.

The three winners will be offered a professional grooming session, which would guide them futher on how to carry themselves forward in the professional shpere. Besides, they will also get the opportunity to be a part of various regional and national assignments.

The contestants were judged in four segments: traditional wear, black suit presentation, personality interview, among others as they vied for the title.