Fashion gets tough in India’s Next Top Model's third season

Riding high on the success of previous two seasons, MTV, the iconic youth brand, is back with the third season of India’s most awaited runway competition, India’s Next Top Model.

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India's Next Top Model

Riding high on the success of previous two seasons, MTV, the iconic youth brand, is back with the third season of India’s most awaited runway competition, India’s Next Top Model. Giving a shoutout to aspiring models across the nation, this fashion-packed competition reality show will see fresh faces vying to be the next top model while being mentored by the best in the industry. Bulldog Entertainment's India’s Next Top Model, the official adaptation of America’s Next Top Model, will liven up television screens Saturdays at 7:00 PM on MTV. 
The show's the third season looks more promising than ever with tasks and challenges matching international standards. With the theme of ‘Fashion gets tough’, this season promises to transform the lives of young girls and provide them with the confidence to own the world. Taking on the mantle of the show host & head judge will be fashion diva, model and actress, Malaika Arora along with her itness guru & actor Milind Soman and Bollywood’s favorite photographer Dabboo Ratnani. and style icon Anusha Dandekar and grooming expert Neeraj Gaba will reprise their roles as mentors guiding the young and aspiring model to achieve their dream to become India’s next top model.
Donning the judges hat for the first time on India’s Next Top Model, Model and Bollywood Fashion Diva, Malaika Arora said, “Fashion is all about being free-spirited and expressing oneself without any inhibitions. A supermodel is someone who effortlessly carries off the latest and most bizarre trends and rocks them like a diva, with utmost grace. As a presenter in the third season of India’s Next Top Model I will be expecting the girls to go that extra mile and do whatever it takes to be the next supermodel. Fashion will be getting tough with every passing day for the contestants. I definitely will be looking at the ease with which the girls carry themselves.”
Making his debut on India’s Next Top Model as a co-judge, model, actor and fitness enthusiast Milind Soman said, “The Indian modeling industry has evolved drastically ever since its inception. What amazes me is that we are almost at par with the international modeling industry. Many of our models and supermodels have set the international runways ablaze. At India’s Next Top Model we are looking for a face who will be a perfect combination of poise and personality. Someone who should be able to express herself effortlessly and brave the tough world of fashion with a smile.”
Ace photographer and the co-judge Dabboo Ratnani said, “I have been questioned by many on what does real beauty look like. It is a very subjective and complicated question and as a photographer I do feel that you can find beauty in the simplest of things. One is not beautiful or pretty simply because of cosmetics or the size. It is all about being yourself. In India’s Next Top Model, as a judge I have always looked at going beyond what meets the eye. This year, as fashion gets tough, the audience will be amazed to see the potential that these girls possess.”
Excited to mentor contestants, style icon Anusha Dandekar said, “The third season is going to be the most exciting one yet. The competition is strong, the girls are passionate and you never know which way the episode will take you because even though the challenges, photo shoots and ramp walks are going to be tough, the girls are pushing to be tougher! As a mentor, this is going to be my proudest season yet because the transformations will be incredible! Forget just keeping it stylish, I’m going to be making sure they keep it top model at all times! Can’t wait to get the season started!”
Known for his keen eye for detail, Mr. Gaba, said, “It’s important for a model to be herself. Not just models, anybody who wants to project the best versions of themselves, it is essential to just be unique, be you. You can’t afford to be a copycat, otherwise there’s nothing unique that you’ll be able to bring on board for prospective brands, designers etc. You have to put your best foot forward, be it on the ramp, a commercial shoot or editorial. If you can do that, then you are a supermodel for me. I am glad to be back on India’s Next Top Model.”
Get ready to join in on all the action as Fashion gets tough in the third season of India’s Next Top Model, every Saturday at 7:00 PM only on MTV.