Artists mesmerise audience with medley of hits

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Nov 2017 12:39:03

 Abhishek Kumar,


Nov 3,

Rajyotsava-2017 celebration

Making their presence felt at the Rajyotsava-2017, the Voice India Kids Season-2016 fame singers Pooja Insa, Harveer Singh and promising artists of State entertained the spectators by their scintillating performance on day three of the celebrations, on Friday. Chhattisgarhi actor and singer Padma Shri Anuj Sharma entertained the audience by presenting his hit Chhattisgarhi numbers.

The cultural evening of third-day of Rajyotsava started off with the performance of students from Carmel Girls Higher Secondary School Raigarh. School students from Carmel Girls Higher Secondary School Raigarh, Government Girls Higher Secondary School Godhi Raigarh, Dreamland Higher Secondary School Bilaspur, Maharani Laxmi Bai Higher Secondary School Bilaspur and other schools won the hearts of people by their performance. Similarly, college students from Government Dudhadhari Shree Rajeshree Vaishnav Das Sanskrit College Raipur and other colleges presented dance numbers.

Folk artist Santu Yadav and his team, hailing from Ahirwara (Durg), presented Raut Nacha. Students from Khairagarh University mesmerised audience through their flawless performance. Performance of Raipur lad Ravikar Tiwari ‘RK’ and artists of Sarvodharmasya The Band was applauded by the audience. To be mentioned, RK has recently recorded for a bollywood movie with Z-Music. School and college students performed in the Rajyotsav were honoured by Culture Department Director Jitendra Shukla.

Pooja dreams to become Bollywood singer

Coming from a ‘conservative’ society of Haryana state, The Voice India Kids Season-2016 winner Pooja Insa is keen to sing for Bollywood industry. “To make my dream realize, I am practicing hard and taking all measures required to become an established singer,” said a confident Pooja while talking to The Hitavada before her presentation in the Rajyotsava on Friday.

Replying to query on female foeticide in Haryana, 10 passed Pooja, hailing from Sirsa in Haryana, said, “Being a girl child, I cherish full support of my family in my singing career unlike a handful of families of the state. Not only Haryana, conservative mentality in the society can be found in other parts of the country. Girls must fight their own
battle to overcome this issue.” In her message, the Haryana girl said that youth should identify their natural talent and pursue it.