Ishita Vishwakarma crowned as the winner of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’

Sakal Times
Monday, 28 January 2019

Ishita said, “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has been a great learning experience for me. I feel blessed to have been trained under such fabulous and learned mentors and judges. During the course of the show, I have explored many singing styles that have helped me to enhance my craft."

Having treated audiences to some spectacular performances by its talented contestants’ week on week, Zee TV’s popular singing reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa drew to a close this weekend The show crowned Ishita Vishwakarma as its winner amidst huge fanfare and celebration. Ishita was presented with the coveted trophy and a cash prize of Rs 5 lakh. Ishita has been a consistent and fabulous performer throughout the season and much loved by the judges and viewers of the show. Finalists Tanmay Chaturvedi and Sonu Gill were announced as the first and second runners-up respectively.

Speaking about her victory, a super excited Ishita said, “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has been a great learning experience for me. I feel blessed to have been trained under such fabulous and learned mentors and judges. During the course of the show, I have explored many singing styles that have helped me to enhance my craft. Everyone who was a part of the show, be it the judges, jury, hosts or my fellow contestants have been very encouraging and motivating. I am extremely happy to have received this opportunity to showcase my talent on such a great platform like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.  I am glad to have made some special bonds whilst on the show which I am going to cherish for life. Lastly, I would like to thank Zee TV for this wonderful opportunity.”

Elated to see the contestant from his gharana win, mentor Shekhar Ravjiani said, “I am very proud of Ishita and I would like to congratulate her on the win. Ishita has shown consistent progress and impressed everyone with her singing abilities. What stands out about her is that Ishita has always taken feedback in the right spirit and worked towards bettering her performance. She has a long way to go and I feel fortunate to have got an opportunity to mentor and guide her.”

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