Manashi Sahariah From Palak Muchhal’s Team Takes Home The Voice India Kids 2 Trophy
- IWB Post
- March 12, 2018
The Voice India Kids Season 2 ended with a power-packed finale where Manashi Sahariah from coach Palak Muchhal’s team was announced the winner. The show, which started airing in November 2017, had a successful run and provided a number of gifted kids with a platform to showcase their talent.
Eleven-year-old Manashi hails from Assam. She started singing at the age of three, inspired by her mother’s beautiful voice. Manashi trained herself by watching online videos and she could reach Mumbai owing to a collective effort of her village folks who chipped in money so that she could pursue her dream. The girl has surely made all of them proud by winning the show and taking home the winner’s trophy and a prize money of Rs 25,00,000.
“Firstly I would like to thank the people of my village who always believed in my talent and supported my dreams. Having said that, I am truly blessed to have mentored under the guidance of Coach Palak because not only did she invest time and energy in me, she truly inspired me in my journey. The Voice India Kids has given me a reason to believe that talent finds its due platform. I have gained a lot on from this stage – friendship, love, respect and a teacher whom I will always treasure,” said the elated girl.
After six grueling months of hard work and competition, six contestants including Manashi, made it to the finals. Manashi competed with Shruti Goswami, Shekinah Mukhiya, Guntas Kaur, Nilanjana Roy and Mohammad Fazil as she made it to the winner’s spot. Nilanjana and Shruti were announced the first runner-up and second runner-up respectively.
Manashi’s coach Palak Muchhal is as elated as the little girl on her victory. She says, “I am over the moon! Manashi has grown exponentially through the show right from the Blind Auditions to the Live round. Her journey was truly exceptional and has the ability to inspire millions. I am extremely proud of her for winning this title and I wish her all the very best for a melodious future.”
H/T: The Indian Express