Indian Idol 12 winner (*12*) Rajan recalled his audition for the singing actuality present. He revealed he was ‘very fearful of what would occur’ and had doubts over his choice.
Speaking to a number one each day, (*12*) Rajan stated, “When I first came for the audition, I was very scared of what would happen and if I would be selected. In fact, I had no hopes because Sawai had sung before me and he was brilliant, and since I was there, I sang whatever I could and to my surprise I was selected. So the journey on the show has been incredible and great. I have found new friends on the show. Indian Idol 12 has become a family to me and I would say we all come from villages with big dreams in our eyes and Indian Idol makes them come true.”
On what he plans on doing with his prize money, he stated, “I am from Uttarakhand and currently the situation is not right there so I would like to do something. I would also like to open a music school for kids there so that the talented kids can get proper guidance.”
(*12*), a resident of Uttarakhand’s Champawat district, was congratulated by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Monday for profitable the season.
“By winning Indian Idol and millions of hearts across the country through his singing, Pawandeep has brought glory to Uttarakhand, from where he belongs. I congratulate him on his achievement and wish him all the best for a bright future ahead,” the CM stated in a Facebook submit.
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The singer was awarded a cheque of ₹25 lakh from Sony Entertainment Television and a Maruti Suzuki Swift automotive. Finalists Arunita Kanjilal and Sayli Kamble had been declared as the primary and second runners-up, respectively, and had been awarded ₹5 lakh every.