Disney Princess Academy to visit India

Kolkata, Dec 26 : The Disney Princess Academy is all set to visit India once again from Jan 5 till Feb 2, 2014, giving 3600 hopefuls the opportunity to attend and be a part of the fun-filled activities including makeovers, dancing, etiquette training, tiara making and even a chance to meet their favourite Disney Princesses.

This year the Academy will be even bigger with three additional cities added to the tour including, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Pune, Kolkata and Delhi, officials informed.

Moreover, eight lucky winners (one from each city) will also get a chance to be a star on the Disney Channel.

According to the officials, at the Disney Princess Academy, each participant will be groomed into real world princesses through a complete makeover and lessons in positive values such as compassion, intelligence, kindness and grace which the Disney Princesses personify the world over.

Participants will also get a chance to be a part of Art and Craft session where they will learn to make their own tiara and take part in the Dainty Dancing workshop.

The event culminates with a Royal ball where fans will have the opportunity to meet and take pictures with their favourite Disney Princesses.

Roshini Bakshi, managing director, Licensing & Retail, Disney UTV said, "Our Princesses are timeless, ageless and personify values that kids love and parents trust."

Bakshi added, "Through the second edition of the Disney Princess Academy we hope to provide our fans with an opportunity to live their Princess dream and meet their favourite characters."

"The Academy also encourages moms & daughters to participate together giving them an opportunity to bond and create lifelong memories," she said.

--IBNS (Posted on 26-12-2013)

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