Kamal who has spent 15 years in Muscat is a mother to two girls. She stated her husband, daughters and buddies gave her the self-confidence to participate.
“I really like to compete and I have been element of a number of dance and sports competitions primarily based in Muscat but this was various. After an on the internet audition I was chosen as 1 of the finalists. Getting chosen was just the very first hurdle. The preparation and coaching was gruelling, demanding but incredibly fulfilling as
there was a lot of physical coaching and mental preparation involved,” Kamal stated.
There had been a number of rounds like introduction, talent, ramp stroll and Q&A, which necessary endless hours of preparation.
“The credit for all my success goes to the love and support shown to me by my family and best friends – Anchal Kapoor and Reena Kapur. They are my pillars of strength.”
Though the show was about beauty, it was Kamal’s zombie dance that tilted items in her favour. “The audience and the judges hailed it as a daring act for a beauty pageant show.” Though she ended up as the second runner-up, she feels every person was a winner in the contest that saw 45 finalists from thousands of entries.
“The pageant was a fantastic platform to network and meet women from all walks of life. This pageant made me realise that it is your personality that is more important than beauty and one must be confident, patient, polite and positive to come out on top in such shows.”
To all aspirants, Kamal has only 1 message: Be optimistic and go out and reside your dreams.
Information Source: Muscat Daily