Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2011

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Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2011
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Created by Zee TV, Gajendra Singh
Directed by Gajendra Singh
Starring see below
Opening theme "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs"
Country of origin India
Production
Running time approx. 120 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Zee TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
Original airing June 3, 2011
Chronology
Preceded by Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2009
Related shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs International
External links
Website

'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2011 was the fifth season of the popular Indian Zee TV show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs. Broadcast from June 3, 2011, the music reality show had 18 participants: 9 boys and 9 girls. The theme for season 5 was Music Ka Gurucool. This show was broadcast at 10:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

Host[edit]

Teams[edit]

The candidates were divided into three teams, each guided by one of the judges.[1]

Adnan ke Anokhe[edit]

Guru: Adnan Sami
Barnali Hota from Bhubaneswar

Kailash ke Avdhoo[edit]

Guru: Kailash Kher
  • Anmol Khatri (11, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh) - eliminated 26 August
  • Pooja Tiwari (11, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh) - eliminated 18 June
  • Prajwal Shirke (10, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh) - eliminated 18 June
  • Rima Chakraborty (13, Berhampur, Murshidabad, West Bengal) - eliminated 9 July
  • Salman Ali (13, Punahana, Mewat, Haryana) - grand finale contestant: second place
  • Sanjana Bhola ... (12, Ludhiana, Punjab) - eliminated 19 August

Javed ke Abhiru[edit]

Guru: Javed Ali
  • Azmat Hussain (10, Jaipur, Rajasthan) - eliminated 9 July, came back as wild card entry on 22 July and was crowned winner in the grand finale
  • Krishnendu Adhikary (12, Shantipur, Nadia, West Bengal) - eliminated 16 July
  • Nitin Kumar (14, Mubarikpur) - saved from elimination 9 September and 3rd place in grand finale
  • Priyanshi Srivastava (9, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh) - eliminated 2 July wildcard entry on 22 July and got eliminated again on 5 August
  • Barnali Deb (10, Dharmanagar, Tripura) - eliminated 16 September
  • Veda Nerurkar (13, Mumbai, Maharashtra) - eliminated on 30 July

After the children were put into the three groups, the three judges put two contestants in the challenge round from their groups (1 boy and 1 girl). After that the one boy and one girl from each group sang and Alka Yagnik choose the two eliminated contestants out of the six total,

Week 1 Challenge round contestants: Top 18

Barnali, Azmat, Emil, Shristy, Pooja, Prajwal (eliminated contestants: Prajwal and Pooja)

Week 2 Challenge round contestants: Top 16

Krishnendu, Emil, Simran, Veda, Reema, Salman (eliminated contestants: Emil and Simran)

Week 3 Challenge round contestants: Top 14

Sargam, Priyanshi, Krishnendu, Shristy, Salman, Sanjana (eliminated contestants: Sargam and Priyanshi)

Week 4 Challenge round contestants: Top 12

Azmat, Veda, Nirladri, Bernali, Salman, Reema (eliminated contestants: Reema and Azmat)

Week 5 Challenge round contestants: Top 10

Veda, Krishnendu, Nirladri, Shristy, Anmol, Sanjana (eliminated contestants: Krishnendu and Sristy)

The top eight and two wildcard contestants, Azmat and Priyanshi, formed the Dabanng dus. The voting system was used afterwards for selecting the finalist among Dabanng dus.

Top 10: Dabanng dus[edit]

  • Barnali Hota - eliminated 2 September
  • Niladri Chatterjee - eliminated 23 September
  • Anmol Khatri - eliminated 26 August
  • Salman Ali
  • Sanjana Bhola - eliminated 19 August
  • Priyanshi Srivastava - eliminated 5 August
  • Barnali Deb - eliminated 16 September
  • Nitin Kumar
  • Veda Nerurkar - eliminated 29 July
  • Azmat Hussain

Top 10

  • Bottom 3: Niladri, Veda, Priyanshi
  • Bottom 2: Niladri, Veda
  • Eliminated: Veda

Top 9

  • Bottom 3: Anmol, Sanjana, Priyanshi
  • Bottom 2: Sanjana, Priyanshi
  • Eliminated: Priyanshi

Top 8

  • Bottom 3: Nitin, Niladri, Sanjana
  • Bottom 2: Niladri, Sanjana
  • Eliminated: Sanjana

Top 7

  • Bottom 2: Anmol, Niladri.
  • Eliminated: Anmol

Top 6

  • Bottom 2: Barnali, Nitin
  • Eliminated: Barnali

Top 5

  • Bottom 2: Nitin, Niladri
  • Eliminated: Nitin (saved by Alka Yagnik's trump card)

Top 5

  • Bottom 2: Niladri, Barnali
  • Eliminated: Barnali

Top 4

  • Bottom 2: Nitin, Niladri
  • Eliminated: Niladri

Top 3

  • Second runner up : Nitin Kumar
  • First runner up: Salman Ali
  • Winner: Azmat Hussain

References[edit]