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CCI organises Harmony 2019- 'Hunt for Jammu Ki Awaaz'
10/13/2019 9:23:31 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 13: The Chamber of Commerce and Industry organized a mega event titled 'Harmony 2019- Hunt for Jammu Ki Awaaz' in collaboration with 92.7 Big FM to provide platform to budding singers to further harness their talent besides promoting peace and harmony.
Bollywood celebrities Lalit Pandit (Jatin-Lalit music composer duo) and Vijeta Pandit were present on the occasion.
Advisor to Governor Farooq Khan was the chief guest on the occasion.
President CCI Rakesh Gupta, Area Manager 92.7 Big FM Vikrant Sharma, officer bearers of CCI, staff members of 92.7 Big FM besides a huge gathering was witnessed the event.
Advisor, while speaking on the subject, said that the performances by these young budding artists is the greatest example of their intellectual, creative and their latent ability that needs to be harnessed for their optimal self-actualization. He said that the state is blessed with unique talent and huge potential which needed to be harnessed in full.
He also appreciated the efforts of CCI in searching these amazing talents and asked them to keep on looking for these kinds of brilliant artists so that they can be provided with appropriate platform.
Out of top 11 singers, Suhani Sharma, Shubam Banerjee, Fahad Rather, Nirdosh Kumari, Surbhi Sharma, Nirmal Kumar, Rahul Lakhnotra, Khushi Kichloo, Amos Sotra, Nandani Kapoor and Khushboo Naveen, only four singers Nirmal Kumar, Rahul Lakhnotra, Shubam Banerjee and Nandani Kapoor made it to the final round.
Rahul Lakhnotra was judged first where as Nandani Kapoor and Nirmal Kumar were ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Music Composer Lalit Pandit, Vijeta Pandit and Sonali Dogra also presented some spellbound performances on the ocassion.
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