The sixth season of Let me in Mrs. Beauty Queen Nepal was a glittering affair that saw Abhilasha Karki come out on top as the winner of the competition. The grand finale of the event was held at the prestigious Rastriya Naachghar Kathmandu, where Abhilasha’s talent, beauty, and grace were on full display. Her hard work and dedication paid off as she was not only crowned the winner of the competition, but also recognized as the most talented participant, bagging another award to add to her collection.
As the winner, Abhilasha was awarded a round-trip ticket to Thailand, a dream destination for many, along with a set of gift vouchers worth fifty thousand from Let me in. This was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Abhilasha to travel to a new place, experience different cultures, and make memories that will last a lifetime.
The runners-up were also recognized for their efforts and achievements. Sadikshya Budhathoki Shrestha came in as the first runner-up, while Bindu Shahi Thakuri earned the second runner-up position. Both runners-up were awarded gift vouchers worth thirty and twenty thousand respectively from Let me in. This recognition of their hard work and achievements is sure to serve as a source of motivation and inspiration for these young women as they continue on their journeys.
In addition to recognizing the winners, several other awards were also handed out during the event. Er. Bandana Mishra was honored with the award for Mrs. Confidence, while Durga Wagle was awarded for her Elegance. Karishma Sharma Tamang, on the other hand, won the award for being photogenic. These awards serve as recognition for the various strengths and qualities of these women and serve as a testament to their hard work and dedication.
The event was expertly choreographed and hosted by a well-known fashion choreographer and media personality Rojin Shakya. With his years of experience and expertise, Rojin brought the event to life, captivating the audience with his engaging performance and making the event a memorable one for everyone involved.