Track This 11 Years Old Boy, Pritam Acharya: He Got Selected for Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs

The 11 years old Nepali boy has been shaking India. In recent years, Nepalese have been hugging achievements after achievements from the National and International competitions as well. In between this all, the 11 years old Itahari resident, Pritam Acharya has been jolting the Indian reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs by his astonishing singing performance in the Mega Audition.

Pritam Acharya

Before this, he has cleared the Mumbai and Delhi audition as well. And in the Mega audition, he got a standing ovation and huge praise as well. The judges of the show in excitement and to keep him motivated lifted and gave blessings, the so video has been out on the youtube. The show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs will be broadcasted on Zee TV from February 9, 2019, 9 pm sharp. The teaser of his singing has already been uploaded on Youtube.

Pritam Acharya
Previously, Menuka Poudel has been on the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and came into popularity with her singing. She too impressed the judges, got standing ovations and blessings. Pritam Acharya’s singing is something great, amazing and his bold, soothing and fluency in singing defines him as a versatile singer: He is not less than a profound and talented singer at this small age. He has uploaded many cover songs on Youtube and done modeling as well. By now he has already recorded his own songs in Nepali.

Menuka Poudel
Menuka Poudel In Sa Re Ga Ma Pa

The Ithari resident has just reached 11 years of age and is so talented. He is studying and burgeoning his musical talents at the same time and he is growing these both together. He is as brilliant in studies as he is in music. His father and mother has also the dream of making his son a good singer and his relatives and everyone knowing him also love him a lot.

He sings modern and classical songs and both with equal perfection, and his soothing and peacefulness can leave anyone mesmerized. The talents from Nepal going and singing and establishing them in a big crowd is a matter of pride for every Nepalese as well. This pride and his singing has to be supported by every Nepalese in any way we can.