Nitasha Biswas crowned as India’s first-ever Miss TransQueen 2017
Published: August 30, 2017
Kolkata-based Nitasha Biswas has been crowned India’s first-ever Miss TransQueen 2017 in Gurugram, Haryana. Currently, Biswas is pursuing Masters in Business Management in Kolkata, West Bengal. Loiloi Haorongbam from Manipur became the first runner-up, while Ragasiya from Tamil Nadu was the second runner-up.
Now, Biswas will represent India at the Miss International TransQueen in Thailand, one of the most prestigious international pageants for the transgender community, in March 2018. And, Loiloi will compete at Miss Transsexual Australia. The event was judged by a panel of eight comprising social activists, actors, beauty experts and media professionals.