Ccpur talent hunt concludes

13 September 2017

From Our Correspondent


Talent hunt competition that was started on August 22, concluded today. Many young boys and girls from the district participated in the competition of different genres of music and dance held at Young Mizo Association (YMA) hall located at Hmuia Veng, Lamka.

The talent hunt was organised by team CT Lian and it was held alongside a mega trade fair which was also held for the same period. After nine rounds of elimination, the contestants were judged through votes by audiences.

The winning group of the of the talent hunt ‘The Obvious’ received a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 and a citation, while the first runners up group ‘Leo’ received Rs. 10,000 and a citation and second runners up 'Kevin' received Rs. 6000 and a citation. A consolation price was also given to the young and upcoming dancer Lianmung, who got a citation and a complimentary T-Shirt.

The director of the show, CT. Lian Guite told media that the idea is to have a recreational platform for the youth. He continued that his team is indebted to Dalmia Cement and Excel Diagnostic Center, Lamka, for sponsoring the trophy and cash prizes and made the programme a success.


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