Fifteen-year-old Aishwarya Majumdar from Ahmedabad has won the Star Plus’s reality music show “Amul Star Voice of India Chhote Ustad” after defeating another extremely talented sensation the 14-year-old Anvesha Dattagupta from Kolkata, at the Goregaon Sports Club in suburban Mumbai, on Saturday.
Aishwarya impressed the jury members and the viewers through her power-pack performances, and got the highest votes. The three-hour musical show was telecast live on Star Plus channel
Bollywood Shahenshah Amitabh Bachchan was the special guest at the grand finale who came to promote his upcoming movie ‘Bhootnath.’ Juhi Chawla, who is also part of the Bhootnath cast, was also there. Amidst much pomp and splendour, Big B announced ‘Aishwarya Majmudar’ as the first Amul Star Voice of India Chhote Ustad.
The Ahmedabad-based girl, who was fondly referred to as 'Style Ben Aishwarya' has been presented an exclusive singing contract from BIG music, Rs 10 lakh from Star Plus, Rs 1 lakh from singer Abhijit and a scholarship worth Rs 5 lakh from LIC, whereas the runner-up gets Rs 5 lakh from Star Plus and a scholarship worth Rs 3 lakh from LIC respectively.
The show, which began in December 2007, has been judged by the best talents in the Bollywood industry including Pritam Chakraborty, Kunal Ganjawala and Shreya Ghoshal and hosted by Abhaas Joshi (A Voice of India participant).
Besides, the show has seen many Bollywood glitterati that include Bipasha Basu, Rani Mukherjee, Shilpa Shetty, Urmila Matondkar, Salman Khan, Emraan Hashmi, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif and many others. These all supported and blessed the children in their endeavour.
In end, we also congratulate and wish all the participants ‘Best of luck.”
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