Fremantle India’s talent hunt show India’s Got Talent on Colors is surely one platform where everyone can showcase their expertise. And as the latest season of the series is getting geared up for its final round, we chatted with the few finalists in the game.
With each one having a story of their journey, dream and aspiration to share, come let’s hear it from the inspiring souls.
Hailing from Cooch Behar in West Bengal, this young talented man has mastered aerial acts. Speaking about his journey, Manik said, “My mother has always been very supportive, without her help it would have not been possible to reach the place. I don’t know whether I will win IGT or not, but I have already witnessed the winning moment when Remo sir, came and hugged me for my performance. I couldn’t have asked for more.”
XIX Dance Group
As we spoke to Swapnil, the mentor of the kid’s dance group, he shared, “We never thought that we will reach here, but it was a wonderful moment when my group achieved the Golden Buzzer. Though it is one tough competition for us, as everyone is super talented, but we have already decided to donate the winning amount if we win. All the kids from our group belong to good families, we just needed a platform to showcase their talent, and so, I guess if we could help out someone else with our talent nothing could be better.”
The man, who took hand shadow art to all new level, is Prahlad from Bangalore. The man, who has done many shows throughout southern part of India, spoke, “Honestly speaking I am not much bothered whether I won IGT now, or not, as I have already achieved what I wanted. I always wanted to showcase my abilities to others and wanted the world to know more about this art. Since, it has already been established now, I will concentrate more on to perfect the art and inspire some more to learn about the same.”
The nineteen year old national level gymnast surely is one of most confident in the lot. Yogeshwari mentioned, “Though I am a bit nervous about the finale episode, I am very happy that I have made it to the finals. Without having a proper professional training in my initial days it was a long battle for me, but now I have also represented my country in the international level. I know the hardship that one has to go through if that person belongs from a small town. All I want to do now is to train myself some more and set up an institute in my own town so, that others can have access to proper training.”
Parry G. is the one inseparable part of Harmanpreet Kaur and Parry G, the rapper duo. As, rap songs are gradually making a way to India we spoke to Parry G, who is a fan of Eminem. “I believe rap is about rhythm and beat. I know, now, in India this form of music is not highly esteemed, as rap is predominating only in Bollywood music industry. And unfortunately, lots of foul languages are used; hence people have a wrong notion about rap. So, I want to showcase that rap is nothing but lyrics.”
As, all the finalists gear up for the finale episode, we wish them all the best.