The talented kids of DID L`il Masters leave everyone in tears as they pay a heartwarming tribute to the legendary Kishore Kumar


Over the last three decades, Zee TV has been instrumental in providing the Indian youth with a global platform to showcase their singing, dancing, and acting talent. The channel's most iconic dance reality show, Dance India Dance, also revolutionized the landscape of dance in the country when it first began to air in 2009. Over the last 13 years, the platform has stood testimonial to the sheer passion and love that India holds in its heart towards dance. After giving the audience a glimpse of this year's mind-blowing talent, Zee TV recently launched its top-rated reality show for the youngest dancing talent in the country - DID L'il Masters Season 5.  

This Sunday, viewers are in for a special treat as veteran Bollywood actress Leena Chandavarkar and popular playback singer Sudesh Bhosale will appear as the special guests on DID L'il Masters alongside the judges. While all the performances by the young participants during the shoot were dedicated to Kishore Da, an epic, heartfelt tribute act to the legendary singer by the Fantastic-15 contestants and their skippers left everyone emotional. In fact, his evergreen songs reminded everyone of the memories they had of Kishore Kumar. The musical act celebrated the wonderful journey of the legendary singer from his birth, to his childhood, to his days of struggles, right up to his golden days. The enchanting performance by the young stars was so overwhelming that everyone on the set was in tears by the end of it.  

After the mesmerising act, Leena Chandavarkar mentioned, "I don't have words to express what I am feeling. The kids performed so well that I felt Kishore Ji was still around us." Sudesh Bhosale also added, "I believe we musicians owe it all to Kishore Da since it is his songs that inspire the future generations of our country. He was, is and will always be amongst us through his evergreen songs." 

 Remo D'Souza also mentioned"Till the time the Indian music industry exists, Kishore Da and his songs will always remain in all of our hearts. We have grown up listening to his songs, and it will flow in our blood for life." Sonali Bendre added"I am delighted to be present here as we celebrate the legendary Kishore Da. I believe there is no Indian who hasn't heard his songs, be it the millennials, Gen-Z kids or anyone in our country." 

While the tribute act will leave everyone with teary eyes, wait till you see the extravagant dance performance of the Fantastic 15 this weekend!  

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