Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champ: The famous reality show ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champ’ is in for a wonderful surprise for its viewers this Christmas with music maestro – Shankar Mahadevan as the judges. , Anu Malik, Neeti Mohan. At the same time, comedian Bharti Singh will be seen as the host.
On this occasion, in the show ‘Saregamapa Little Champs’, together with the team of Pogo, a plan was made to give a small sweet surprise to the young singing contestants and in such a situation, the happiness of all Little Champs reached the seventh sky when their favorite cartoon The characters ‘Little Singham’ and ‘Chhota Bheem’ the Bahubali of Dholakpur came to meet him. While promoting his brand new films, he came on the set of this show.
What was the special gift after all
During the Christmas special episode of the singing reality show, these cartoon characters not only surprised the little champs and judges with their scintillating entry but also played some fun games with the kids. In fact Chhota Bheem even brought a special gift for the judges and contestants during the shoot. Chhota Bheem’s popular and favorite Laddu is such a sweet, which is liked by everyone. Seeing this, Chhota Bheem distributed this sweet to everyone, after getting which the contestants could not stop their happiness.
Children and jury members got the challenge
While Little Singham also enthralled everyone with his cute dance moves on the dialogues of the movie ‘Aata Majhi Satkali’, but not only this, Little Singham also gave an impromptu dance performance, after which the kids and The jury members were challenged to come on stage and perform the iconic ‘Panja Attack’ and popular sunglasses moves from ‘Singham’.
what happened in this episode
On this occasion, Little Champs also impressed their favorite cartoons with their powerhouse performance. Overall, it was an exciting episode with lots of surprises, loads of fun and lots of laughter. This surprise from Pogo’s iconic super heroes – Little Singham and Chhota Bheem for the little champs is sure to put a smile on every child’s face.
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