As many as 40 youths from across Manipur entertained the stage of the eighth season of the Ringui’s Got Talent (RGT) which was kicked-off on Sunday at Hotel Imphal in Imphal.
Organised by Dewdrops with an effort to untap and explore the talented youths of Manipur by giving them the right platform, the eighth season was attended by actor and entrepreneur, Paul Haokip, and dance and cardio instructor, Worchui Zimik, as judges.
The second audition will be held on February 25 at a location in Ukhrul district and the grand finale is scheduled for March 3 and 4 at Ringui village in Ukhrul district.
Speaking to the media, convenor of RGT, AC Raising, said many talented individuals are unable to get the limelight due to not having a suitable stage to showcase their talents.
Pointing out that some of the RGT participants in the past have got the opportunity to step foot on the India Got Talent stage, he said that the RGT is giving an opportunity to talented people of Manipur by providing the right stage to pave their career.
Building a vibrant society, free from all forms of social evils, is also the motive of RGT, he said, adding it is believed that RGT will encourage the youths in staying away from drugs and other substantive abuses.