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9-year-old Jetshen Dohna Lama from Sikkim wins ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs Season 9 title

First Published: 23rd January, 2023 8:50 IST

CM PS Tamang congratulated her and said the title was “well-earned and a step forward in her journey”

Nine-year-old Jetshen Dohna Lama of Pakyong, Sikkim was adjudged the winner of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs Season 9’, India’s longest-running singing reality TV show of kids aired on Zee TV.
In Sunday’s blockbuster Grand Finale, Jetshen Dohna Lama set the stage on fire with her signature-style voice. Her jaw-dropping performance during two songs — ‘Roop Tera Mastana’ from the film ‘Aradhana’ originally sung by Kishor Kumar and ‘Batdmeez Dil..’ from the film ‘Yeh Jawani Yeh Diwani..’ was outstanding on which special guest Jackie Shroff bowed down with respect before Jetshen, the judges picked up Jetshen in their arms and embraced her.

The grand finale was attended by celebrity guests like Bollywood star Jackie Shroff, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, and music director Amit Trivedi.

Chief Minister of Sikkim Prem Singh Tamang Golay congratulated her for winning the ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs Season 9’ title.
“The sensational victory of our prodigious daughter Miss Jetshen Dohna Lama is well-earned and a step forward in her journey. On behalf of the people of Sikkim, I congratulate her on being declared the winner of the Sare Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs, Season 9. The sky is the limit for our gifted and talented Jetshen. We have witnessed her grow throughout the competition and I am confident she will bloom as a prolific singer and performer. I wish her the best for the future.” posts CM Tamang on Facebook.

The other six finalists were Atanu Mishra, Atharva Bakshi, Dnyaneshwari Gadage, Jetshen Dohna Lama, Rafa Yeasmin, Harsh Sikandar.

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