Kramik Yadav, the Mr. Rubaru India Universal winner 2022, has been named the second runner-up at the Caballero Universal competition in Venezuela (Latin America), the most prosperous country in the international pageant industry. This is a significant accomplishment that will make all Indians, especially Gujaratis and Amdavadis, proud.
The Caballero Universal competition is only open to competitors who have won the title of Mr. Universal in their respective national competitions. At the competition, which was held from November 18 to December 2, Kramik, an Ahmedabad native, was named Mr. Caballero Universal World’s 2nd runner-up. More than 17 nations entered contestants. He was also the Mr. Caballero Universal Elegance World Special Winner.
Before the competition even started, Kramik had already achieved history. He was the first Mr. Rubaru India Universal winner to travel to Venezuela, which has long dominated the pageant world. He was the first Asian candidate to be accepted into the competition and is now the first Asian to earn a spot in the top league.
Kramik, a model, choreographer, and businessman, was selected to represent India at Caballero Universal after taking first place at the nation’s oldest and most prestigious men’s pageant, Rubaru Mr. India, on October 5.
Kramik, one of the top entrepreneurs in the Indian pageant industry, has a degree in finance and accounting. He is a well-known model and choreographer who is six feet and one inch tall. He is an expert in Gujarati folk dance and all varieties of garba. During Navratri, he has choreographed a number of events and received numerous awards.
About Caballero Universal Competition:
One of the biggest and most rapidly expanding international pageants in the world is Caballero Universal. In just two years, the competition cemented its position as the top male international pageant. It is also the first international contest to come from Venezuela, the country with the most success in international pageantry. Rafael E. Ramirez, one of the most prosperous fashion entrepreneurs in the world, is the owner of the contest. Osmel Sousa, a renowned director and coach for beauty pageants, supports and directs the contest.
About Rubaru Mr. India:
The oldest and most prestigious men’s pageant in India is called Rubaru Mr. India. Pankaj Kharbanda, a Mumbai resident, is currently in charge of the 2004-founded pageant. More than 70% of Rubaru Mr. India’s revenue goes to the male pageant business in India. It generates the greatest number of Mr. India winners and other prizewinners.