Sheetal Patel Is Miss India New England
Sowmya Chary's group Andaaz and
MIT Chamak won Bollywood Talents' Group Dance competition. Sheetal
Patel was crowned Miss India New England and Alena Mehtani was the
runner up. The talent competition was held at the John Hancock Hall on Saturday April 21 , 2007. Amongst the finalists for the talent competition were groups representing the Indian Society of Worcester, Sonam Dilwali's group from Lexington, Ma, a group from Aangikam Academy and Dhadak from the University of Massachussetts at Amherst.
Mona Singh an Indian TV actress performed at the event. Singer Hans Raj Hans and his group from India also entertained the audience with their music. A fashion show featuring some of the girls from the Miss India New England pagent was organized by Alok International of Lexington, Ma.
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