With elephants, royal guards and the eminent guest, the Amul Voice of India Cchote Ustaad set literally looked like a Royal palace, with musicians and the girls dressed like Rajput women. Voice Of India star, Toshi, the boy from Rajasthan was a surprise guest who set the mood for the evening. He found a great admirer in Maharani Padmini Devi who confessed of having supported Toshi during Voice of India and said that she was very disappointed on his elimination.
While the girls performed on folk galore with Aishwarya singing Kesariya Balam from Lekin, Anvesha reciting Rang De from Takshak and Prakriti setting mood for the onset of basant with Rangilo maro Dholna, the judges comment gave outburst to parents dismay. For the first time on Chhote Ustaad, a parent had an argument with the judges. Prakriti's bua, Mrs Rita responded to the harsh comments of the judges last Saturday by saying that the girl was very disturbed by the comments. She told them to explain their point to the child with kindness. What have the judges to say about this?
First time in the history of reality television, three girls have reached to finals vying for the most coveted title. In the times when people spoke of gender biases and boys getting more votes in all reality shows on television, Aishwarya, Prakriti and Anvesha have managed to win hearts over and establish themselves as the most strongest contenders of the title Chhote Ustaad.
While stylebhen Aishwarya Majmudar from Ahmedabad exemplify confidence with impeccable singing and outshines her earlier performance, the pride of Kolkata- Anvesha Dattaguptta gives her tough competition with her divine nodes; flawless and rapturous recital week after week; Prakriti Giri stuns all and sundry with her pop quotient.
It is going to be a big dilemma for the viewers to decide who should they vote –Aishwarya, Prakriti or Anvesha. In the meanwhile the viewers will also have some great music, mellifluous performances and a musical tussle to look forward to.
To catch this excitement on-air, keep watching Amul Voice of India Chhote Ustaad, Friday, March 21 on 10 pm.