January 21st, 2019 Posted In: fashion, mr & ms goa interviews

Team TNV

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A computer engineer by profession and an ambivert by nature, Tauseef Gracias had no prior experience or any idea about the world of modeling but a zeal to make it big in this field was something that took Tauseef right to the finale of Neutral View Mr&Ms Goa 2018 beauty pageant and made him second runner up of the event. Team TNV speaks to this new face in the world of glamour.


Q  Many congratulations for winning the title, how is the feeling?

For me, the best thing about winning the title is like the people cheer for your win. When you can see that the people are really happy that you are winning something, that’s the most reward thing in the world.


Q Have you been in the modelling field before and how did you prepare for the pageant?

I have never been in the field of modelling before, this was my first time. It’s the whole team which prepares you for the event. You need to have the presence of mind and be confident about your body, once you do this, you are good to go.


Q It was a rigorous three-day grind before declaring the winners, how did you manage to keep yourself motivated and deliver the best in you?

I was keen on listening to what all the experts had to say and kept in my mind & applied it, that helped me get motivated.



Q How was your experience with the Neutral View Mr. and Miss Goa Pageant and how do you look at it as an opportunity for the Goan Youth?

It was a good learning experience with the neutral view Mr&Ms Goa pageant. For the Goan youth, it’s an opportunity to grab for a new path to discovery.



Q What do you think are the qualities required to be Mr. Goa?

Confidence is a major source required, a strong will power to take up the challenges, keep up with the latest styles and clothing trends, particularly those that suits your looks and style. Keep your portfolio updated with shots that use recent looks


Q Where do you see yourself five years from now?

Well, I’m really excited by this position because, in five years, I’d like to be seen as someone with deep expertise in the energy sector, and I know that’s something that I’ll have an opportunity to do.


Q Who has been your biggest support in life?

My biggest support is my family, they have always had faith in me and in my every decision that I have taken.





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The author is a senior Journalist working in Goa for last one and half decade with the experience of covering wide-scale issues ranging from entertainment to politics and defense.

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