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Search Tushar Sinha, the Zee TV Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa singer


Where is Tushar Sinha, the Zee TV Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa singer who once rocked the television viewers all over the world with his soulful voice? His elimination from the programme seems has taken such a toll that he is no more visible in the tinsel world of television.

His absence from the limelight has been so long that people are now actually asking where he is now. “Such a long bye…now come back,” said Micheal Daglous in a website on September 15, 2009.

Micheal Daglous comment in the site reads “Where are you lost?” in the memory of the singer who was in the Rock Gharana of Himesh Reshammiya in the Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa musical programme in 2007.

A quick Google search with “Tushar Sinha Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa” throws out 3, 430 results in 0.30 seconds; it is an irony beside the article, which was carried out in the and the other in the, there are no relevant materials related to the singer.

It is no better in the social networking site Orkut. The singer is dead in the Internet world. His silence, read it as his hibernation, has broken the link that his fans carry for him. He has broken the communication that could have given him the fillip to the singer.

Even the world most visited site You Tube has not been able to accommodate the singer. Now, the question is where Tushar Sinha is? What he is doing?

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    1. In this world few peoples are their who are god gifted and Tushar sinha is one of them.Its realy painful for me to watch that after the elimination from sa re ga ma pa we did not see him in any reality shows of INDIA though we have crores of reality shows.I got angry because you have ability and talent so why dont you try for any other shows.I heard that failure is the secret of please participate in reality shows...dipen sinha(hyderabad)


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