Airtel Super Singer Junior

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Airtel Super Singer Junior
Created by Vijay TV
Country of origin India
Production
Executive producer(s) Vijay TV
Location(s) Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel STAR Vijay
Original run 2007 – Present
External links
Website

Airtel Super Singer Junior - Thamizhagathin Chellakuralukkana Thedal (the search for the sweet voice of Tamil Nadu) - is a reality show hosted by Vijay TV,[1] a popular Tamil channel of the Star Network, and sponsored by Bharti Airtel. It is a singing talent hunt for the children of age group 6-14. This is the junior version of the Airtel Super Singer show which premiered in 2006. Auditions are held in various parts of Tamil Nadu, India. The show attracts many kids from all over the state and rigorous multi-level selection procedures are done in order to select the contestants for the stage show.

Season 1[edit]

The first season of the show premiered in 2007 and was hosted by Chinmayi. Of the many kids who auditioned for the show, 25 were selected to go on to the stage show which consisted of a variety of interesting rounds. The judges at the studio were K. S. Chithra and Usha Uthup. Krishnamoorthy emerged the winner after a hard fought finals with an equally brilliant Vignesh, who had an amazing flavor for folk. The other finalists were Saicharan and Aparna (who won against "Madhumitha Shankar" in the wild card round) who also gave a very tough competition.

After the show's conclusion, finalist Saicharan and semi-finalist Madhumitha Shankar went onto compete in seasons 3 and 4 of the senior version of the show. Saicharan was subsequently crowned winner of season 3 of Airtel Super Singer and chosen by music directors A. R. Rahman and D. Imman to sing in the films Godfather, Manam Kothi Paravai, and Saattai.

Season 2[edit]

The first episode of the season premiered on 15 July 2009, and episodes were telecast on Vijay TV between Monday to Thursday each week at 9:00pm.[2][3] Children from the age of 6 years to the age of 14 years were permitted to audition to showcase their talent on Vijay TV's platform.[2] Apart from gaining recognition from acclaimed names of the music industry and being a child singing icon, the show initially promised that its winner would be honored with Rs.25 lakhs in cash prize money.[2] Later, the hosts in each episode of the top 25 performance rounds announced that the winner would win a Villa in Anugraha Satellite Town worth Rs.25 lakhs from its season 2 sponsor, Navashakthi Township and Developers.

Following playback singer Chinmayi's decision to quit hosting Vijay TV's Super Singer series earlier in the year,[4][5] various television anchors including Divyadarshini, Sivakarthikeyan, Aishwarya Prabhakar, and Uma Padmanabhan, filled in to host the show at various intervals, and playback singer Divya appeared fairly regularly during the season as a replacement. Ananth Vaidyanathan returned as a voice trainer, and playback singer K. S. Chithra returned as a permanent judge of the show. Playback singers Mano, and Malgudi Subha also joined the show as permanent judges to replace Usha Uthup who quit the show.

A number of eminent playback singers and music directors appeared during the season as guest judges, including P. B. Sreenivas, P. Susheela, M. S. Viswanathan, S. Janaki, L. R. Eswari, Jency, Manikka Vinayagam, Unni Menon, Sadhana Sargam, Nithyasree Mahadevan, Suchithra, Harish Raghavendra, Madhu Balakrishnan, Sowmya, Annupamaa, Haricharan, Pushpavanam Kuppuswamy, Veeramani Raju, Charulatha Mani, Sunitha Sarathy, Ramya NSK, Srimathumitha, Shalini, Vinaya, Tippu, Mahathi, and Prashanthini. Stars from the senior version of the show also appeared as judges during the season, including former contestants Naresh Iyer, Anitha Karthikeyan, Nikhil Mathew, and Ajeesh, and permanent judges P. Unnikrishnan, Anuradha Sriram and Srinivas - the latter of whom introduced the winner, Alka Ajith, as a playback singer in the 2011 Malayalam language film, The Train.

Runner-up Shravan R. Pratap, eliminated-finalist Nithyashree, semi-finalist Srinisha, and semi-finalist Priyanka, regularly performed throughout Vijay TV's Super Singer series.

Season 3[edit]

The third season of the program premiered in 2011. The show was initially compered by Kalyani, Ramya and Bhavana during the audition rounds. This role was then handed over to Radio Mirchi RJ, MaKaPa Anand and Bhavana a former VJ who hosted the stage show consisting of the final 25 contestants. The judges are K. S. Chithra, Mano and Malgudi Subha. The voice trainer is Ananth Vaidyanathan. As of now there are 5 contestants. Apart from direct finalists SSJ04 Pragathi Guruprasad, SSJ07 Sukanya, SSJ010 Gautham. The other 27 contestants were Anu, Shruthilaiya, Theresa Martin, Vishwam, Allan Francis, Bharath Narayan, Vignesh, Anal Akash, Benita Maria Yazhini, Sarika Navananthan, Srisha, Malavika, Shruthika, Kavya, Rajaganapathy, Santhosh Balaji, Madhumitha, Mukund, Shanmukapriya, Haripriya, Magisha Baheerathan,Sephy,Aajeedh, Anjana, Rakshitha, Jayanth and Akilesh. But only 10 from these were selected for the wild card round. And two from them SSJ 05 - Aajeedh & SSJ 09 - Yazhini has been selected as the 4th and 5th finalists.

Memorable Performances (season 3)[edit]

Special Awards (season 3)[edit]

Special awards have been given to the top three singers and the wild card entrants.

Contestant ID Contestant Name Award
SSJ 01 Jeyanth Most Energetic Singer
SSJ 02 Rakshitha Best Western Singer
SSJ 03 Anjana The Cutest Singer
SSJ 04 Pragathi Guruprasad Best Classical Singer
SSJ 05 Aajeedh Most Stylish Singer
SSJ 06 Anu Most Expressive Singer
SSJ 07 Sukanya Most Creative Singer
SSJ 08 Akileswaran Best Entertainer
SSJ 09 Yazhini Best Melody Singer
SSJ 10 Gautham The Soulful Singer
SSJ 11 Rajaganapathy Best Comeback
SSJ 12 Sephy Best Performer
SSJ 13 Malavika Most Progressive Singer

Grand final contestants (season 3)[edit]

Finalists selected by permanent judges
  1. SSJ07 Sukanya
  2. SSJ04 Pragathi Guruprasad
  3. SSJ10 Goutham
Finalists selected by public vote during wild card round
  1. SSJ05 Aajeedh Khalique
  2. SSJ09 Yazhini

Grand Finale Performances (season 3)[edit]

Grand finale was on 26 October 2012, evening at Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium live from 6.30 PM and went on till 2 AM. A. R. Rahman was the special guest here among all the usual judges. The results were announced by 12.30 AM by A. R. Rahman and the title winner was Aajeedh Khalique and the 1st Runner up was Pragathi Guruprasad.

Round Pragathi Guruprasad Aajeedh Khalique Sukanya Yazhini Gowtham
1 Isaiyarasi Vande Mataram Minsaara Poove Mannavan Vandhaanadi Paatum Naane
2 Mayya Mayya Iru Pookal Anjali Anjali Chandralekha Vidu Kathaiya

Grand Final Results (season 3)[edit]

The winner of the title 'Airtel Super Singer Junior 3' was Aajeedh Khalique, and second place was collected by Pragathi Guruprasad. The third place went to Benita Maria Yazhini.

Place Contestant Name
#1 SSJ 05 Aajeedh Khalique
#2 SSJ 04 Pragathi Guruprasad
#3 SSJ 09 Benita Maria Yazhini
#4 SSJ 07 Sukanya
#5 SSJ 10 Goutham

Season 4[edit]

The fourth season of the Airtel Super Singer Junior show premiered from 31 March 2014.[6] Children from the age of 6 years to the age of 14 years participated in the first leg of the auditions from across the state of Tamil Nadu.[6] The show promised its winner a townhouse worth 70 lakh rupees from Arun Excello Temple Green Township,[6] and 1 kilogram of gold would be presented to the runner up by NAC Jewellers. The show is hosted by Ma Ka Pa Anand and Priyanka Deshpande,[7] and directed by "R.K".[7]

The show was telecast on weekdays from 9:00pm,[6] but once the show reached wild card entry rounds, the show was telecast on weekdays from 9:30pm. The grand finale on 20 February 2015 took place in Chennai at Thangavelu Engineering College,[8][9] and was telecast live from 6:00pm onwards.[9] Following the results being revealed at the conclusion of the finale, it was also announced that contestant Jessica Judes would donate any prize she won to Ceylon Tamil orphanages, a gesture which has not been made by any other contestant throughout the history of the show. At the conclusion of the finale, Spoorthi Santosh Rao won the Airtel Super Singer Junior 4 title and Jessica Judes won her placement as runner up of Airtel Super Singer Junior 4, ahead of the third placed finalist Haripriya, and fourth placed finalists Anushya, Srisha, and Bharath.[10]

Finals[edit]

Top contestants[edit]

Spoorthi with the Super Single Junior Season 4 trophy

Spoorthi Santosh Rao (also known as Contestant SSJ03 Spoorthi) was born 3 April 2005, and 9 years old at the time of the show.[11] Spoorthi is from Bangalore, and did not know Tamil until 2014,[8] which she picked up during her time on the show's studio set. She studied in Sri Aurobindo Memorial School,[11] and received musical training in light music from Narahari Dixith, tabla from Pt. Rajgopal Kallurkar, Carnatic music from Yashasvi Subbarao, and playback singing from Parthu Nemani. Spoorthi said she auditioned for the show because she thought Pragathi, the runner-up in the previous season of the show, was a good singer.[8]

Spoorthi was selected as a direct finalist by the judges prior to the wildcard entry rounds, and was announced the winner of the fourth season of Airtel Super Singer Junior at the season's grand finale on 20 February 2015.[10] As the winner, Spoorthi was awarded a Townhouse at Temple Green Township in Oragadam by the show's sponsor Arun Excello, worth 70 lakhs Indian Rupees.


Jessica Judes (also known as Contestant SSJ10 Jessica) was born 8 December 1999, and 15 years old at the time of the show.[12][13] The show's official website listed her other nicknames as "Jess" and "Jessi".[12] Hailing from Canada, Jessica had to travel to India to participate in the competition.[12][8] At the time of the show, she was studying at Sri Father Michael McGivney,[12] but her mother Mercy Judes,[7] who had given up her job at IBM in Canada,[7] kept Jessica away from school for a year so she could prepare for the competition.[7] Ma Ka Pa Anand, the show's host confirmed that she was the first Eelam Tamil to make it to the finals.[13]

Jessica was selected as a finalist after receiving the highest number of votes from the public during the wild card round, and was announced as the runner-up for the fourth season of Airtel Super Singer Junior at the season's grand finale on 20 February 2015.[10] As runner up of the show, she was awarded 1 kilogram of gold by NAC Jewellers, one of the show's sponsors, but Jessica donated her prize for the welfare of Ceylon Tamil people, particularly to Sri Lankan Tamil orphanages and to displaced Sri Lankan Tamil people who have been staying in various rehabilitation camps in Tamil Nadu.[14] Her gesture of donating entire prize money has not been made by any other contestant throughout the history of the show. The gesture prompted actor Suriya to invite Jessica to his residence,[14] where he personally congratulated her for finishing as runner-up,[15] lauded her generosity for donating her entire prize-money for the welfare of Tamils in Lanka and elsewhere,[15] and presented her with a special gift from his actress-wife, Jyothika.[14][15]


K. Haripriya (also known as Contestant SSJ01 Haripriya) was born 11 April 2001, and 13 years old at the time of the show. The show's official website listed his other nickname as "Ammu".[16] She previously participated in the third season of the show, but was eliminated and did not reach the finals during that season.

Haripriya was selected as a direct finalist for the fourth season of Airtel Super Singer Junior by the judges prior to the wildcard entry rounds. She ended up in third place at the season's grand finale on 20 February 2015.[10]


Anushya. K. (also known as Contestant SSJ08 Anushya) was born 17 May 2005, and 10 years old at the time of the show. The show's official website listed her other nickname as "Anu".[17] She previously appeared as a contestant on Sun TV's reality TV singing competition, Sun Singer.

Anushya was selected as a finalist after receiving the second highest number of votes from the public during the wild card round.


Bharath K. Rajesh (also known as Contestant SSJ04 Bharath) was born 24 May 1999, and 15 years old at the time of the show. The show's official website listed his other nickname as "Bhagu".[18]

Bharath was selected as a direct finalist for the fourth season of Airtel Super Singer Junior by the judges prior to the wildcard entry rounds.


A. Srisha (also known as Contestant SSJ07 Srisha) was born 14 May 1999, and 15 years old at the time of the show. The show's official website listed her other nickname as "Pinky".[19] She previously appeared as a contestant in season 3 of the show but was eliminated prior to the finals in both seasons 3 and 4.

Srisha failed to receive enough votes from the public during the wildcard rounds, but the judges still chose to select her as a finalist at the conclusion of the wildcard round based on judge's scoring.


M. Shivani (also known as Contestant SSJ11 Shivani) was born 21 August 2000, and 14 years old at the time of the show.[20] She attended The PSBB millennium school.[20] The show's official website also listed her other nicknames as "Chella kutty", "Chella papa", "Chuchu kuttu" and "Pattu kunjalam".[20] She received training from Vasanthi Gopal, and she previously appeared as a contestant on Sun TV's reality TV singing competition, Sun Singer.

After being eliminated from the competition, Shivani qualified as a wildcard entrant.


R. Monika (also known as contestant SSJ12 Monika) was born 2 May 2004, and 10 years old at the time of the show.[21] She attended St. John’s Matriculation Hr. Sec. school, villivakkam.[21] The show's official website also listed her other nickname as "Papa".[21] She previously appeared as a contestant on Sun TV's reality TV singing competition, Sun Singer.

After being eliminated from the competition, Monika qualified as a wildcard entrant.


Pravasthi (also known as Contestant SSJ06 Pravasthi) was born 9 December 2006, and 7 years old at the time of the show.[22] She attended Geethanjali Olypiyaad school.[22] The show's official website also listed her other nickname as "Rhino".[22] Pravasti previously won Zee Telugu's Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs 2011, another reality TV singing competition, at the age of 4 years.

After being eliminated from the competition, Pravasthi qualified as a wildcard entrant.


J. Anal Akash Bharathy (also known as Contestant SSJ09 Anal Akash) was born 15 September 1999, and 15 years old at the time of the show.[23] The show's official website listed his other nickname as "Akash".[23]

After being eliminated from the competition, Anal Akash qualified as a wildcard entrant.


Angeline R. (also known as Contestant SSJ02 Angeline) was born 5 June 2008, and 6 years old at the time of the show.[24] She attends Seventh day Adventist school.[24] The show's official website also listed her other nickname as "Angel".[24]

When Angeline was eliminated from the competition, she was given direct entry as a wildcard contestant as the season's youngest contestant.


Elimination chart[edit]
Legend
Did Not Perform Female Male Airtel Super Singer Junior 4
Wait listed (WL) or
Danger zone (DZ)
Eliminated (Elim)
Round: Introduction Songs Round New Songs Round Free Style Round Raja Raja than Round(Isaignani's Birthday Celebrations) Western Songs Round Dance Attack Round(Top 20 Selection) Dooring Talkies Round Folk Round(Top 20 Selection) Getup Round Free Style Round(Chinese Background) Dedication Round Neeya Naana Round Bakthi Padalgal(Devotional) Round Isai Kuyilin Idhigasa Paadalgal Round(TOP 15 Selection) Top 15 Celebrations Hip Hop and Remix Round Deva Ragangal - Ganna & Kuthu Padalgal Round Mellisai padalgal Round Retro Round Isai Vaanin Ilaya Nila-SPB Round Top 10 Selection Round Top 10 Celebrations-Enacting Round Latin America and Rock songs Round Deepavali Celebrations
Week: May 12-16 May 19-23 May 26-30 June 2-6 June 9-13 June 16-20 June 23-27 June 30-July 4 July 7-11 July 14-18 July 21-25 July 28-August 1 August 4-8 August 11-14 August 18-22 August 25-29 September 01-05 September 08-12 September 15-19 September 22-26 September 29-October 3 October 6-October 10 October 12-October 16 October 18-October 22
Place Contestant Result
01 Anal Akash DZ DZ DZ DZ
02 Angelin DZ
03 Anushya DZ
04 Bharath DZ
05 Hari Priya DZ
06 Jessica Judes DZ DZ DZ DZ
07 pravasthi
08 Spoorthi
09 Srihari Sunil DZ DZ DZ Elim
10 Srisha
11 Shradha Ganesh DZ DZ Elim
12 Robin DZ DZ Elim
13 Arjun DZ DZ DZ DZ DZ DZ Elim
14 Shivani DZ DZ DZ Elim
15 Monika DZ DZ Elim
16 Sunandha DZ DZ DZ Elim
17 Aishwarya DZ Elim
18 Saran DZ DZ DZ DZ Elim
19 Shalini (Foreign Contest) Elim
20 Krishna Sai DZ Elim
21 Karthika Prathosh Elim
22 Kumudhini Elim
23 Mohammed Harsad Elim
24 Rohini Elim
25 Sonika DZ Elim
26 Priya DZ Elim
27 Nazim Elim
28 Senthil Nathan (Not Contesting)

Performances[edit]

SSJ Awards Round & Wild Card Results (2 February 2015 - 6 February 2015)[edit]

At the start of this round, television anchor and compere Ma Ka Pa Anand was congratulated by the cast for having been cast in 2015 as a hero in 5 Tamil films. It was also noted that he had recorded 5 separate songs as a playback singer.

This round was a celebration round for the wild card contestants and direct finalist contestants. Each of the contestants were given an award in a particular category, and were required to sing a song in the given category.

In the episode telecast on 4 February 2015, the results from the wild card round were released. Contestant SSJ10 Jessica was selected as a wildcard finalist after receiving the most votes from the public. Compere Bhavna Balakrishnan announced that Jessica received 1,391,881 votes from the public during the wild card round. Contestant SSJ08 Anushya was also selected after receiving the second highest number of votes (consisting of more than 1 million votes) from the public during the wild card round. The permanent judges were unsatisfied with this result and selected SSJ07 Srisha as a finalist also based on the judge's marks. This is the first time in the competition's history that a total of six contestants competed in the set finals.

The episodes telecast on 5 February 2015 and 6 February 2015 consisted of interviews, recaps of performances, and general information regarding each of the direct and wildcard finalists.

Air date Order Award Given Contestant Song sung after award given Original artist Lyricist Music director Movie (year)
2 February 2015 1 "Best Classical Singer" SSJ03 Spoorthi "Isai Thamizh Nee Seidha" T. R. Mahalingam Kannadasan K. V. Mahadevan Thiruvilaiyadal (1965)
2 "Best Effort Award" SSJ12 Monika "Naadham En Jeevane" S. Janaki Vairamuthu Ilaiyaraaja Kaadhal Oviyam (1992)
3 "Best Melody Singer" SSJ07 Srisha "Puttham Pudhu Kaalai" S. Janaki Gangai Amaran Ilaiyaraaja Alaigal Oivathillai (1981)
4 "Special Talent Award" SSJ Senthilnathan "Koodamela Koodavechi" V. V. Prasanna & Vandana Srinivasan Yugabharathi D. Imman Rummy (1992)
3 February 2015 1 "Best Folk Singer" SSJ08 Anushya "Aasai Adhigam Vacha" S. Janaki Ravi Bharathi Ilaiyaraaja Marupadiyum (1993)
2 "Most Versatile Singer" SSJ01 Haripriya "Kaal Mulaitha Poovae" Javed Ali & Mahalakshmi Iyer Madhan Karky Harris Jayaraj Maattrraan (2012)
3 "Most Perfect Pronunciation" SSJ11 Shivani "Vasanthathil Ornaal" P. Susheela Kannadasan M. S. Viswanathan Moondru Deivangal (1971)
4 "Most Soul Stirring Performer" SSJ09 Anal Akash "Mudhal Mudhal Raaga Dheepam" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Muthulingham Ilaiyaraaja Payanangal Mudivathillai (1982)
5 "Most Cutest Singer" SSJ02 Angeline "Yelantha Payam" L. R. Eswari Kannadasan K. V. Mahadevan Velli Vizha (1972)
4 February 2015 1 "Little Rock Star" SSJ06 Pravasthi "Idhayathai Yedho" Chinmayi Thamarai Harris Jayaraj Yennai Arindhaal... (2015)
2 "Best Western Singer" SSJ04 Bharath "En Kaadhal Solla" Tanvi Shah & Yuvan Shankar Raja Na. Muthukumar Yuvan Shankar Raja Velli Vizha (1972)
3 "Most Progressive Singer" SSJ10 Jessica "Poove Poochooda" K. S. Chithra Vairamuthu Ilaiyaraaja Poove Poochooda Vaa (1985)
Grand Finale (20 February 2015)[edit]

Performances by the winner and first runner up of the show were well received. Contestant Spoorthi Santosh Rao's performance consisted of a flawless rendition of a sophisticated classical composition, "Ellam Inbamayam". Contestant Jessica Judes' performance consisted of a soulful patriotic rendition of "Vidai Kodu" in tribute to her native Ceylon Tamil people. Prior to the announcement of the results, it was revealed that Jessica Judes would donate any prize she won to Tamil orphanages in Ceylon. It was noted that no other contestant throughout the history of the show had made this type of extraordinary gesture to help Tamil people with all of their prize winnings.

Order Contestant Song sung after award given Original artist Lyricist Music director Movie (year)
1 SSJ04 Bharath "Paatum Naane" T. M. Soundararajan Kannadasan K. V. Mahadevan Thiruvilaiyadal (1965)
2 SSJ10 Jessica "Azhagu Malar" S. Janaki & TS. Raghavendra Vaali Ilaiyaraaja Vaidehi Kathirunthal (1984)
3 SSJ08 Anushya "Chinnan Siriya" T. M. Soundararajan & S. Janaki Kannadasan K. V. Mahadevan Kungumam (1963)
4 SSJ03 Spoorthi "Ellaam Inbamayam" M. L. Vasanthakumari & P. Leela Narayana Kavi C. R. Subburaman Manamagal (1951)
5 SSJ07 Srisha "Idhayam" Srinivas & Chinmayi Vairamuthu A. R. Rahman Kochadaiiyaan (2014)
6 SSJ01 Haripriya "Shiva Shankari" Ghantasala Pingili Nagendra Rao G. Ramanathan Jagathala Prathapan (1961)
7 SSJ03 Spoorthi "Thai Manne Vanakkam" A. R. Rahman Vairamuthu A. R. Rahman Vande Mataram (album) (1997)
8 SSJ10 Jessica "Vidai Kodu Engal Naadae" M. S. Viswanathan, Balram, Febi, A. R. Reihana, Manikka Vinayagam Vairamuthu A. R. Rahman Kannathil Muthamittal (2002)
9 SSJ04 Bharath "Aaromale" Alphons Joseph Kaithapram A. R. Rahman Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010)
10 SSJ07 Srisha "Alia Alia" Aditya Rao, Natalie Di Luccio Madhan Karky A. R. Rahman I (2015)
11 SSJ01 Haripriya "Ennodu Nee Irundhaal" Sid Sriram, Sunitha Sarathy Kabilan A. R. Rahman I (2015)
12 SSJ08 Anushya "Ellappugazhum" A. R. Rahman Vaali A. R. Rahman Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007)
Grand Final Results (Season 4)[edit]
Name Position Prize
Spoorthi Winner Townhouse worth 70 lakh rupees
Jessica First Runner Up 1 kilogram gold
Haripriya Second Runner Up Car prize worth 10 lakh rupees
Bharath Third Runner Ups 5 lakh rupees cash prize
Anushya Third Runner Ups 5 lakh rupees cash prize
Srisha Third Runner Ups 5 lakh rupees cash prize

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