Monday, September 29, 2008 13:11 IST
The journey to decide India's favorite genre of music and its most talented singer came to a resounding finale today. Harshdeep Kaur from Sufi Ke Sultan, was crowned the winner of Lux Junoon Kuchh Kar Dikhaane Ka
by Bollywood's most sought after father-son duo Amitabh Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan at the finale ceremony held on Saturday, September 27th.
Wowing audiences with her melodious voice,
Harshdeep left everyone spellbound with her matchless performance that garnered the maximum number of viewer votes to win this coveted title.
Over the past 17 weeks, Harshdeep fought off intense competition and emerged as the clear winner of Lux Junoon Kuchh Kar Dikhaane Ka!
This episode featured a spectacular final battle between the three
finalists, Abhas Joshi (Bollywood Ke Badshaah), Malini Awasthi (Maati Ke Lal) and Harshdeep Kaur (Sufi Ke Sultan) who set the stage ablaze with some foot-tapping and soulful music.
Harshdeep expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the nation for selecting her as the winner of Junoon. She bowled over the audience and the mentors week after week with her consistent performances, emerging
undoubtedly as the most favorite genre with the viewers.
An overwhelmed Harshdeep Kaur said, Harshdeep Kaur, "Manzilein unko milti hain jinke kadmon mein jaan hoti hai! Pankhon se kuch nahi hota...hoslon se udaan hoti hai!"
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