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Project M --Singapore's hunt for the next super model. Please cast your vote!


Hey there.

Some exciting news from my end that I want to share with you.

 My son Atul Shenoy is one of the 20 finalists (10 boys and 10 girls)  in Project M,  Singapore's search for the next supermodel,




He is the only Indian to have made it to the finals. (rest of the finalists are all from other countries).
You can see all the finalists here:  http://www.sphmagxbugis.sg/vote/

Atul will appear in the centrespread of  Her World  and NuYou magazines in the June issues. He was chosen from over 2000 applicants.

One of the segments of this is Mr.Popularity where the candidate with maximum vote wins. Your vote can help him win!

May I please request you to take a few minutes out and vote for Atul? And please tell  people on your list who will vote for Atul? You can vote multiple times (3 a day and many days too)


You can vote here: http://www.sphmagxbugis.sg/atul-shenoy/


🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏

Will be blogging regularly from now on, as I am just done with my next novel which will release later this year!

More soon!
Love 
Preeti



Comments

  1. Hey! Congratulations! It's wonderful. Voted. Best wishes. :)

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  2. All the best to Atul. I have voted for him. I can't believe you have grown up kids. You are my all time inspiration in every segment.

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  3. My hearty wished Atul. I have voted for you , not because of Preeti mam , you seriously deserve the title :)

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    1. Jamie--that is so sweet! Thank you so very much!

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