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Mangaluru’s Got Talent & ART-i-Stree 2019 ends on high note


Team Udayavani, Jul 4, 2019, 5:09 PM IST

Mangaluru: Forum Fiza in association with Dream catchers organised talent hunt for Mangalore on 30th June 2019 where more than 50 people showcased their talent across various categories.

For the first time in Mangaluru, a free opportunity was provided for musicians, dancers, singers, actors, artist, comedians, magicians and others to showcase their talents through this event.

Two events were conducted on the same day – Mangaluru’s Got Talent Season 1 and ART-i-Stree 2019 event for the ladies to showcase their talents.

The inauguration was done by MDs Prithvi Ganesh Kamath & Ganesh Kamath along with Sponsor Reshma Shetty of Shivapriya Silks, Co-sponsor Sale head Avinash of Pravarah Holidays and parents of MD Prithvi Ganesh Kamath, Surekha Pandit & Suresh Pandit & Judges.

The ladies-only event Artisthri-Edition 2019 had ShubhaKiran Mani, Vishnu Shevgoor, Umakanth Nayak, Suraj Sanil, Manjushree as the judges.

Ms.Thrupthi Suvarna was declared the winner with the second place being bagged by Jasmine Inish Dsouza. The third and the consolation place was awarded to Joycy Dsouza and Dr Shwetha Kamath respectively.

The grand event of Mangalore’s Got Talent was jointly judged by ShubhaKiran Mani, Sharath Holla, Umakanth Nayak, Suraj Sanil, Manjushree and Sounjanya Hegde

Reuben Machado bagged the first prize. The team of Blue Angels Choir came in second with Vernon Gale Serrao being awarded the third prize. First, second, and third consolation prizes were awarded to Melrick D’souza, Team ArtBeats, and Praveen Alva respectively. A special Token of Appreciation was presented to Munawar Pasha aka Magic Munna.

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