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Mister Supranational 2018: Prathamesh Maulingkar Set To Make India Proud

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Mr. India Supranational 2017 Prathamesh Maulingkar, is all set to represent India at the Mister Supranational 2018 which is set to take place at the Hall Of Sports in Krynica Zdroj, Poland, on December 08, 2018.

Prathamesh Maulingkar will compete against 42 contestants from across the world where Gabriel Gabriel Correa, a model, actor, Mister Venezuela 2015, will sash the new Mister Supranational 2018.

Besides the main title, he will be competing in eight sub-contests, including Photo Challenge, Interview, Best Physique, Elegance and Posture, Behaviour and Personality, Friendship, Sports and Mister Internet.

Mr. India Supranational 2017 Prathamesh Maulingkar has won the Best Body contest at the prestigious Mister Supranational 2018 pageant in Poland. A professional footballer, Prathamesh impressed the jury with his well-toned physique and in the end, he was sashed by the reigning Mister Supranational 2018. The pageant also witnessed the victory of Mister Supranational Spain in Top Model category.

Moving forward the competition also witnessed the sashing of Mister Supranational Tongo as the winner of Best Personality. At the same competition, Mister Supranational Malta was adjudged Mr. Photogenic with Mister Supranational Columbia winning the title of Mister Supranational Friendship. Thereafter Mister Supranational Norway was adjudged Best in Formal Wear.

From the looks of it, Prathamesh is one of the strongest contestants at Mister Supranational 2018. He is very tall for a contestant, and his physique, face and personality are outstanding. Besides football, he loves fishing and deep sea diving. He describes himself as a complete water baby and hopes to work towards preserving the waters of Goa and the world in the future

The first Supranational competition was launched in 2009 in the beautiful city of Plock, Poland, that played host to contestants from nearly 40 countries around the world. Eight years later, that number has doubled to 80 countries, and it is now one of the most prestigious pageants worldwide.

Since its inception, India has won two crowns at this international pageant – Srinidhi Shetty, Miss Supranational 2016 and Asha Bhat, Miss Supranational 2014. Let’s hope that Prathamesh Maulingkar gets the title home and creates history.

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