‘Miss England - A Serious Business’, a new documentary featuring Miss England hopefuls

06 May 2016 | Angelopedia

A newest documentary ‘Miss England - A Serious Business’ which was premiered by Pukaar News at The Curve Theatre in Leicester on May 5’ 2016 featured Miss England 2016 finalists, they got to share their experiences related to the pageant.

Pukaar News is an independent news agency based in the east midlands with head office in Leicester providing news to television channels worldwide.

The grand event was an absolutely stunning, stylish, glamourous and luminous affair as guests put on their best attire for the star-studded red carpet event held in the city centre. The eminent celebs were welcomed by photographers, and the lensmen captured the splendid stills of eminent celebs enjoying drinks at the reception. It was a celebration of both Leicester City’s Premier League win and Pukaar News’ documentary release.

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Miss England - A Serious Business’, a new documentary featured Miss England hopefuls


ITV News Central presenter, Sameena Ali-Khan, hosted the event along with documentary producer, Romail Gulzar.

Mr Gulzar stated: “Around 15 to 20 years ago Miss England was a huge deal – it was even televised, but suddenly it disappeared overnight. While there are both support and opposition to beauty contests like Miss England, it is our job as documentary makers to present the facts in a clear and non-biased manner, which is exactly what we have tried to do.”

The documentary consists the voyage of five regional winners hoping to win the Miss England crown; Stephanie Hill of South Yorkshire, Krishna Solanki of Redbridge, Rosie Thomson of Birmingham, Jade McQueen of Surrey and Holly Desai of Leicester.

The evening saw a performance from Leicester’s Got Talent winner Lydia Unsudimi who sang delightfully for our guests.

Miss England Pageant Director, Angie Beasley was among those who got featured in the documentary, where she spoke of her know-how of organising the national event and what the competition means to her personally.

Reigning and past regional Miss’ and Mr’s were also a part of the short film, and they talked about their highs and lows of competition at the pageant.

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