Music competition Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs 2020 had its amazing finale on Sunday and winning the competition was a little youngster from Kerala, Aryananda Babu. She beat co-contenders – Ranita Banerjee and Gurkirat Singh to win the desired trophy. The extraordinary notice here is Aryananda can’t communicate in Hindi however won the top prize in a show where just Hindi songs are sung.

Aryananda brought home a prize cash of Rs 5 lakhs. The show was decided by singers Alka Yagnik and Javed Ali and music composer Himesh Reshammiya. The finale likewise highlighted Jackie Shroff, Shakti Kapoor and Govinda a special guests on the Zee TV’s popular show.

Ranita was declared the first runners-up and won a prize cash of Rs 3 lakhs while Gurkirat packed away the second runners-up prize and returned home with Rs 2 lakhs in his kitty. No sooner did Aryananda win the music show, the internet was overwhelmed by congratulatory messages.

A user said: “I cannot be any less happier.. Just came to know that a girl from Southern India who have a magical voice just won Lil champs on @ZeeTV. Aryananda Babu.. you deserve it girl. Finally music in India looks great in future. #SaReGaMaPa #lilchamps #AryanandaBabu”.

Another said: “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2020 winner Aryananda Babu Smiling face with heart-shaped eyesSmiling face with heart-shaped eyesSmiling face with heart-shaped eyes well deserved Clapping hands sign it is right thatmusic has no language nd she proved it.”

Another said: “Aryananda Babu, a girl from Kerala who dont know Hindi won #SaReGaMaPa Little Champs winner title. Clapping hands signClapping hands sign Very well deserved.Congratulations #AryanandaBabu

Releasing an announcement on the event, Aryananda was cited by Indian Express as saying: “This is honestly a dream come true for me! The entire journey has been a great learning experience, and I am immensely grateful to the mentors and judges who have constantly supported and helped me understand my potential as a singer. As I end this memorable journey, I am truly going to treasure the friendships that I have made, the knowledge that I have gained and most importantly the relations that I have built with the judges and jury members for life. I am extremely delighted to have received this opportunity to showcase my talent.”

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