Two women walked away with the Mrs World Punjaban UK 2019 crowned at the prestigious Grand Finale organised by Channel Punjab Shaan Punjab Di
Ravneet Kaur from Leicester won the over 35 year old category and for the under 35 year old category was Shalini Gulati. The first runner ups were Kameljeet Kaur Sembhi and Amardeep Kaur. Second runner ups were Nisha Chohan and another Amardeep Kaur from Newcastle.

Mrs World Punjaban UK a concept of Channel Punjab Shaan Punjab Di, the first crowning was in Patiala Punjab and the second in Dubai. Over the past three months fifteen finalists have preformed individual and group tasks, these will all be culminated together and form the first Punjabi reality show.

“I am really proud to be awarded the prestigious honour of becoming Mrs World Punjaban UK 2019. I feel empowered and would really like to reach out to as many people as possible not just nationally but internationally, I feel nothing is impossible with hard work, dedication and determination. Punjabis are great and together we can make a real difference to our world. I want to promote my rich and colourful Punjabi culture and show that women are strong and capable of achieving anything if they put their mind, heart and soul into it.

Winners: Ravneet Kaur and Shalini Gulati (Bindi Sandu copyright Silver Fox Picture)

I want to use this achievement to help, support and inspire others to fulfil their dreams” said Ravneet Kaur Mrs World Punjaban UK 2019. Ravneet was crowned by The Cake Shop, “This has been an incredible journey and one we are very proud to sponsor, this type of thing allows us to keep our culture and heritage alive” said Bill Aulakh.

Shalini Gulati said; “I am on cloud nine, my dream has come true. I am a proud housewife, which sometimes somehow, stop you thinking about yourself. You may not believe this but winning a crown has been my childhood dream. Royalty and grace are embedded in the crown. I love children and my focus will be on children, that they should know our Punjabi language not only speaking but reading and writing as well. This will allow our rich culture and heritage to survive and flourish. I believe often Punjabi’s are known for their helpful nature and helping others I want all children to increase and build this gift, children are our future”.

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