Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs 2017: Shreyan Bhattacharya, Anjali Gaikwad take home winner's trophy
The grand finale of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs 2017 took place in Jaipur and saw Shreyan Bhattacharya, Anjali Gaikwad take home a shared winner's trophy
The grand finale of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs 2017 took place in Jaipur and as the musical reality show came to a close, in an exciting turn of events, not one but two winners were announced. Shreyan Bhattacharya from West Bengal, and Anjali Gaikwad from Maharashtra took home the title as they lifted up the Winner trophy together.
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs was judged by Neha Kakkar, Himesh Reshammiya and Javed Ali, along with an extensive jury of 30 talented members. Hosted by Udit Narayan's son Aditya Narayan, this two-person win can be marked as the first time a reality show has had more than one winner taking home the final prize, according to a report by The Indian Express.
Bhattacharya is a 12-year-old from Midnapur in West Bengal. The young artist took to the stage with beautiful renditions of 'Hawayein', 'Sooraj Dooba' and 'Zalima' in the grand finale, giving the viewers a glimpse at his musical versatility.
Gaikwad on the other hand is an 11-year-old who performed 'Deewani Mastani', 'Jhalla Wallah' and 'Main Kolhapur Se Aayi Hu', and astounded the judges and viewers alike with her energy and finesse, endearing herself to everyone's heart.
Apart from Gaikwad and Bhattacharya, Dhroon Tickoo, Shanmukhapriya, Sonakshi Kar and Vaishnav Girish rounded off the finalists on the final episode of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs 2017. The grand finale also saw celebs like Kapil Sharma, Bharti Singh, Ravi Dubey and Parag Tyagi in attendance
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