Dubai: Rish Penha receives UAE's 'Best National Costume Award 2019'

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Dubai, Nov 12: Five year-old Rish Penha studying at DPS School, here, emerged winner, first runner up at Junior Model International 2019 for UAE's 'Best National Costume Award 2019' category.

100 students from UAE participated in the auditions. Penha was selected for the final competition which was a five-day event.

Out of the countries namely Georgia, Spain, India, Germany, London, Mongolia, Malaysia, UAE, Korea, Sri Lanka, Khazakistan which particpated, UAE received 'Best
National Costume.

Proudly representing UAE, Rish Penha was selected for Junior Model International.

Born in Dubai to parents, Rithesh and Silvy Penha and sister Rishelle Penha, the future model of Mangaluru loves to perform gymnastics, dance and model.

Rish dressed in this fantastic costume has truly made UAE proud by his achievement in the event which was held at JW Marriot Jaddaf on October 18.

His parents thank DPS School, UAE national director, Reshmeeth Kalathil, JMI director, Arun Ratna and all the family members for their support.


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  • vincy lobo, pernal/barkur/dubai

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    very nice to hear that young buddy Rish made this achievement.congrats boy..also congrts to his talanted parants Rithesh& are the proud parants.God bless you all.keep the spirit always.

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