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Punjabi singer and actor Gagan Kokri enthralls audience at regional finals of ‘Benadryl Big Golden Voice’ Season 6

Punjab Tribune Bureau | December 28, 2018 07:37 PM

Sea of musical talent witnessed at regional finale of ‘Benadryl Big Golden Voice’ Season 6

 CHANDIGARH: Encouraged by the roaring success of the 5 seasons of the mega singing talent hunt on radio, India’s leading FM Network, Reliance Broadcasting, recently announced the 6th season– ‘Benadryl Big Golden Voice’ , getting the most lovable voice of the country Sonu Nigam as the main judge. With the promise of showcasing a bigger and better-than-ever season, the show is being conducted across 59 stations of 92.7 BIG FM. With audiences voting for their favorite regional singers and then national, the talent hunt is supposed to culminate into a Grand Finale thus identifying the ‘Benadryl Big Golden Voice’ that gets a direct entry into Bollywood!

The City beautiful Chandigarh’s regional finals for the radio’s biggest singing talent hunt show were held today at Sector 17 Chandigarh. Renowned Punjabi singer Gagan Kokri  known for his melodious romantic songs in Punjabi music industry 'Blessings of Bebe', 'Laavan Tere Naal', 'License', 'Shatranj', today judged the 5 selected contestants, which had 3 different rounds for the contestants to prove their metal. Highlighting the response Big FM got from the Tricity, Regional Programming Head Big Fm Sulakshna Bramta said that, ‘we received nearly thousand talented voices and out of them top 15 were selected, and further reduced to  super talented Top 5 namely Nitesh Shukla, Gurvinder Guri, Preeti Tiwari, Atul Dubey and Vinay Yuvraj.  Tricity voted for them on digital platforms and today they competed for becoming the voice of the Tricity and ultimately getting trained and judged by none other than Sonu Nigam.

 

 The top winner was taken out basis percentage of votes and live performance in Sector 17 in front of live audiences. The selected top finalist of Chandigarh now gains entry into the national level competition & 12 shortlisted voices will then go on to represent talent from their regions on a national platform. During the course of their practice, 92.7 BIG FM will take them to Mumbai and allot each contestant a guru. With a 2-day workshop on Sur Saaz and Awaaz with their gurus, these 12 finalists will then compete to take home the coveted title of the next BIG Golden Voice and a prestigious opportunity to kickstart a career in playback singing in Bollywood.

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