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Tushar Sinha - Sa Re Ga Ma Pa participant

Zee TV's Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, the musical extravaganza show, is in the final leg of its Hero Honda Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007 edition. Three contestants - Aneek Dhar, Amanat Ali, and Raja Hasan are in the fray to capture the title. Music lovers as well as the participants knows the cult status the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa carry.

Unlike the Indian Idol, Sa Re Ga Ma the oldest musical show in the Indian satellte television, has produced singers of highest talent and capability. Avdhoot Guptey, Shreya Ghoshal, Sanjeevani Bhelande, and Kunal Ganjawala are some of the names that have their roots deep into the show. You would be thinking what Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has to do with this blog devoted to Bishnupriya Manipuri.

Those who have closely watched the programme knows what relation the show has with the Bishnupriya Manipuri people. It is to be mentioned the show is considered as the ticket to enter the studios of Bollywood, the maya nagri.

Tushar Sinha, a Bishnupriya Manipuri boy was one of the participants in the show who entered in the top 24 list of candidates. Which is indeed a show of mettle on the part of Tushar. To be selected and noticed in the life-taking like competition of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa is perhaps a certificate of Tushar's singing talent. He carries a mellifluous voice and a impeccable style (hair style).

Though his stint in the show was short and was voted out. His singing talent was appreciated in front of the best music directors of the Hindi film industry, and of course in front of the whole nation. Fan of Shah Rukh Khan, Tushar Sinha (I will ask him how many times he has seen the latest Khan flick Chak De India) was offered by his mentor Himesh Reshammiya to sing for one his upcoming movie. If Himesh's offer does carry a weight, not to mention the rest would go down the pages of history.

He hails from Silchar, Cachar, Assam. His favorite actor is none other than Big B Amitabh Bachchan.

Friends, all related materials in this post has been taken from the Internet. I request if someone could add more lines associated with him mentioning about his parent's name, schooling and from which village he belongs to. Not to forget photographs are always wah..wah..Niyam Hoba.

Related articles:

The comeback of Tushar Sinha [Sunday, 27 September 2009]

Search Tushar Sinha, the Zee TV Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa singer [Wednesday, 16 September 2009]


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