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India's Got Talent: Tushar gets another chance

Tushar Arjun
Mera nam hein Tushar Arjun, mein Gauhati se hu” said playback singer from Assam Tushar Arjun in Colors TV programme India's Got Talent Season 3. Donning a jeans and a trendy T-shirt with gamocha around his head, Tushar Arjun appeared in front of celebrity judges Dharmendra, Kiran Kher, and Sonali Bendre.

He seemed to be very pleasing with his smile and started singing the hit Hindi song of Rahat Fateh Ali Khan “Tu na jaane aas paas hai khuda” from the movie Anjaana Anjaani, a Hindi romantic film directed by Siddharth Anand, starring Ranbir Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Zayed Khan. [Watch Tushar Arjun Performance in India's Got Talent Season 3]

Though he failed to give justice to the Hindi song, his Assamese song was well appreciated by the judges and the public alike. Tushar broke out into tears when Kiran Kher while replying to Sonali Bendre’s observation that children perform better than him, said ‘baccho mein confidence hota hein,…zindagi ne unhe thokre nahi mari hoti hein. Sayad!’

Son of Tamal Babu Sinha and Aparna Sinha of Assam, Tushar came into limelight with his appearance in Zee TV’s reality singing talent show Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa in 2007.

Pursuing his singing passion, Tushar has come a long way from his first stint in Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa to making his mark in the Assamese movie industry. He also appeared in Sony Television's X factor. He has given many popular Assamese numbers like Kasam Sai, tenekoi beka koi, and I love you. Tushar has also sung many songs in his mother tongue Bishnupriya Manipuri. Maya, Premor Ithou, and Dasho Avatar are some of his work.

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  1. Watch TUSHAR ARJUN'S performance on INDIA'S GOT TALENT SEASON 3 in COLOR'S TV on this Friday evening on 02.09.11 at 9:00 pm.  Tushar Arjun representing Assam, had reached the quarter final of the show.To make him winner of the show, please vote for him from Friday 10:00 pm  (02.09.11) to Saturday 09:00 am (03.09.11) through SMS :    Type in capital letter -  TUS and send to 56882.Watch INDIA'S GOT TALENT SEASON 3 in COLOR'S TV


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