The grand finale of Junior Jagjit Singh will be held on February 8

• The grand finale of the Junior Jagjit Singh Competition, organized by Troopal, will be held on the birth anniversary of Jagjit Singh.
• More than one hundred ghazal singers from different parts of the country were given a platform to showcase their singing talent.

Troopal’s nation-first online ghazal competition, ‘Junior Jagjit Singh’, has entered its final phase after a four-month journey. Hundreds of Indian ghazal singers from all over the nation gathered to join this remarkable competition honoring the renowned Jagjit Singh, fondly known as the Ghazal Samrat. His captivating voice had won the hearts of many people and is still cherished today.

In the finale, top 5 contestants: Moharpal Sain (Jodhpur, Rajasthan), Ajay Srivastava (Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh), Gurminder Kaur (Ludhiana, Punjab), Shankar Bihari (Saharsa, Bihar), Mahesh Nirmal (Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh) will face each other and give their best to win the crown of Junior Jagjit Singh.

Atul Malikram, Co-Founder of Troopel Channel, congratulated all the finalists of the Junior Jagjit Singh Competition which has seen remarkable success in acknowledging the legacy of Jagjit Singh ji. His melodious voice made him beloved by ghazal lovers, a testament to his immense popularity and love.

We are thrilled that Ghazal Samrat’s fans from across the nation have increased its importance through their involvement in this competition.

Our aim is to preserve the beauty of Ghazals in this era, and this competition has shown us that we are on the right track. The generous support we have received from people further validates our cause.

Channel Head Iqbal Patel says that the final round of the Junior Jagjit Singh competition will feature two rounds. Five contestants from the previous round will be competing in this final leg.

Three of them will make it to the last stage, where a winner will emerge with the Junior Jagjit title. Eminent Ghazal singer, writer, and composer Dr. Anil Sharma will be present as a special guest, and famous Ghazal singer from Calcutta, Munnavar Rashid Khan, will judge the show.

Akhil Soni from Jaipur and Mahesh Rao from Guna won the title of Junior Jagjit in the last two seasons of the competition. After four audition rounds, 13 contestants were selected for the semi-finals of the competition, which commenced on October 10th.

Subsequently, five of them reached the finals. The winner of the Junior Jagjit Singh title will be bestowed with a trophy, certificate, personal website, digital branding, interviews, and a delightful gift hamper.

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