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Bhaichung & Sonia magic at Paljor Stadium Unity and brotherhood key to success: CM

Posted by Ramesh Khati on June 15, 2009


GANGTOK, June 14: Despite a slight drizzle, hundreds gathered to witness the lively performance of ‘Jhalak Dikla Jha’ winning pair – Bhaichung Bhutia and his choreographer Sonia – here at Paljor Stadium yesterday evening.
During the ‘Victory programme’, the dancing pair performed two items that they had presented in the road to ‘Jhalak Dikhla Jha’ success – the mast ‘Ailey Rey’ and the tapori ‘Dil Mein Bazzi Guitar’- that fetched wild applauses from crowd who had gathered at the stadium.
A sensual ‘Bidi Jalai Ley’ solo by Sonia topped off a truly exciting evening for the audience.
Chief Minster Pawan Chamling had graced the victory celebrations programme as the chief guest. He also released a thanksgiving album composed by ‘Ijaz and group’ from Darjeeling on the occasion.
In his brief speech, the Chief Minister congratulated Bhaichung and Sonia for winning the reality show contest. “We are proud to have Bhaichung as an ace footballer and a dancing star”, he said.
Mr. Chamling pointed out that Sikkim is now truly in the process of bringing more laurels and added that showcase of ‘unity and brotherhood’ among the people is the biggest factor to ensure victory every time.
Former minister Thukchuk Lachungpa who had earlier spearheaded the support campaign for Bhaichung as the chairman of the Sikkim Citizen Forum placed the welcome address in the victory programme. He said that there is no dearth of talents in Sikkim and a right platform is only required to lead the talents to success.
Apart from the power packed performance by Bhaichung and Sonia, celebrated pair of a popular comedy show of Nepal also performed on the occasion. The antics of pair, Sunita and Madhav of ‘Meri Basai’ of Nepal Television fetched loud laughs from the audience.
Other groups who performed on the programme were D&D Creative Arts, Deorali Ujwal Pariwar, Rabongla Tibetan Centre, Nayuman Television Visual Arts and Anu Pradhan and her group.

source: Sikkim Express


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