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Child prodigy Chonshimlan wins UDCRMS Voice Hunt title

Nov 23 (Correspondent)
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Published on 23 Nov. 2012 10:01 PM IST
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Seven year old Chonshimlan Huileng mesmerised the crowd and won the hearts of the judges to grab the title of the Voice Hunt 2012 organised by the Ukhrul District Community Resource Management Society (UDCRMS) from the rest of five other finalists on Friday.

The child prodigy, fondly called as Lanlan, enthralled the crowd since the final round that kickstarted from Wednesday and bagged the winner’s cheque of Rs. 10000.

Lanlan, studying in class 2 at Ukhrul Public School belted out a soul rending bilingual number and outsmarted the older contestants with her spectacular performance.

In the valedictory function, Brig. AK Pandey, DIG, 10 sector AR gave away the prizes and certificate to the winner and other finalists.

A consolation cash prize of Rs. 2000 each was also given to the five finalists. This year is the first edition of the Voice Hunt. The musical talent hunt is being managed by Salt and Light Travelling Band.

As many as 74 candidates turned up for audition and 10 contestants were shortlisted for the final round. However, two contestants pulled out from the competition due to other personal obligation.

The local popular SALT band played hands to all the participants on stage and also in the run up to the finals.
The event is part of the 6th exhibition and sales of UDCRMS organised at TNL ground.

Special performances were rendered by Ngathingpam, Shimreingam, Weapon and Terence, who is a finalist at the NE Highway Star 2012 held in Shillong.

 
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