Voice of Punjab

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Voice Of Punjab
GenreReality television
Directed byLakshman Kumar
JudgesVOP 9 - Sachin Ahuja, Kamal Khan, Malkit Singh
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Punjabi
No. of seasons9
Production
Running timeapprox. 1 hour
Release
Original networkPTC Punjabi
External links
Website

Voice Of Punjab (VOP) is a Punjabi musical reality show which is telecast on PTC Punjabi. The season 9 of Voice of Punjab began from January 14, 2019. The auditions of VOP 9 were held in major cities in Punjab i.e. Mohali, Jalandhar, Ludhiana and the holy city of Amritsar.

Canada audition of Voice of Punjab Season 9[1] to be concluded on February 11, 2019. Contestant shortlisted in Voice of Punjab Season 9 Canada Audition will get direct entry to VOP 9 Grand Finale. The Voice of Punjab Season 9 audition will be held at 9 am onwards at PTC Office Canada Office, 7420 airport road unit 205, Mississauga Ontario.

Seasons[edit]

Season 1[edit]

The winner of the first season of Voice Of Punjab was Vinod Kumar and Paramjeet Kaur.[2]

Season 2[edit]

The journey of Voice Of Punjab Season 2 started in the month of April 2011, across Punjab. It was finally Ranjit Bawa from Chandigarh and Pardeep Singh Sran from Bathinda were awarded as the winners of Voice of Punjab Season 2.[3] The anchor of the show was Sahil Vedoliyaa

Season 3[edit]

Anantpal Singh from Ferozpur and Nimratpal Kaur from Gurdaspur won the title of Voice of Punjab Season 3, the winners were awarded a car and a contract for a music album, which will be launched by Vanjali Records.[4] the anchor of the show was Sahil Vedoliyaa.

Season 4[edit]

The VOP season 4 brings back Sachin Ahuja, Master Saleem and Shazia Manzoor as judges to pick the best of the immense Punjabi singing talent from all over the world. The auditions were conducted not only across India but also in many cities of Canada and United Kingdom.[5] This season is being hosted by Sahil and Gurjit Singh. This season was extremely anticipated as the expectation of talents were very high. Dipesh Rahi was conferred with the title of 'Voice of Punjab 2013'. The winner was finally chosen from three singers selected from among the six finalists. Earlier, PTC used to select two singers, one male and a female but this was the first time when it had announced that only one singer would be conferred with the title of Voice of Punjab.[6] the anchors of the show were Sahil Vedoliyaa and Gurjit Singh.

Season 5[edit]

Neha Sharma of Kapurthala was declared as the winner of PTC Voice of Punjab Season 5.[7] Sadhu Singh from Batala was declared 1st runners up while Simran Singh of Mukerian was declared 2nd runners up.the anchor of the show was Gurjit Singh.

Season 6[edit]

Sonali Dogra of Jammu won Voice of Punjab Season 6 Grand Finale organized and hosted by PTC Punjabi. She won a cash prize of Rs. One Lakh and a Car. Touted as the most coveted music award in Punjabi genre the winner was decided after the six finalists performed live before a huge audience.[8]

Season 8[edit]

Voice of Punjab season 8 was hosted by Gurjit Singh and Half by Sahil Vedoliyaa with Gurjit Singh. The judges this year were: Sachin Ahuja, Roshan Prince, and Miss Pooja with guests as well. The winner of season 8 is Gurkirat Kaur[9]

Season 9[edit]

The Voice of Punjab season 9[10] is hosted by Gurjit Singh, VJ Rocky and Mukesh. The judges of VOP 9 are: Sachin Ahuja, Kamal Khan and Malkit Singh among others. The winner of season 9 will be announced during the grand finale of Voice of Punjab season 9.

Winners[edit]

  • Season 1 - Ricky Devgan
  • Season 2 - Pardeep Sran
  • Season 3 - Anantpal Billa and Nimrat Khaira
  • Season 4 - Mohit Sharma
  • Season 5 - Neha Sharma
  • Season 6 - Sonali Dogra
  • Season 7 - Amarjit Singh Sehmbi
  • Season 8 - Gurkirat Kaur
  • Season 9 - To be announced later

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Voice of Punjab Season 9 Canada Audition". PTC Punjabi.
  2. ^ "Vinod and Paramjit are Voice(s) of Punjab" – via The Indian Express.
  3. ^ "Jaspinder and Pardeep win Voice of Punjab Season 2" – via Justpanjabi.com.
  4. ^ "Season 3 - Voice of Punjab's grand finale concludes" – via Hindustantimes.com.
  5. ^ "PTC's Voice Of Punjab Season 4 goes Global" – via SimplyBhangra.com.
  6. ^ "Dipesh Rahi is the winner of PTC Voice of Punjab 2013 -Season 4" – via Yespunjab.com.
  7. ^ "Neha Sharma wins PTC Punjabi's 'Voice of Punjab'". www.media247.co.uk.
  8. ^ "Sonali Dogra of Jammu won Voice of Punjab Season 6 Grand Finale". JKALERTS | Jammu and Kashmir Alerts and Updates.
  9. ^ "Voice of Punjab Season 8 Winner". PTC News.
  10. ^ "Voice of Punjab Season 9". PTC Punjabi.

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