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BAD SALSA TO THEIR INDIAS GOT TALENT TRIUMPH

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By Badsalasa

A moment of glory and grandeur for the best of 2012

Seconds after Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan announced Bad Salsa as the winner of India's Got Talent Season 4 the whole country erupted in joy. Having made waves last season, choreographer Bivash Sir is back with his two star performers - Sonali and Sumanth.

"In the last edition of India's Got Talent Bad Salsa Group, were adjudged as the first runners up that moment only I promised myself that I'll make a comeback and will definitely win the title. We are planning a short film and a no. of events in the upcoming months to promote dance." said Bivash Sir.

These pocket sized dynamites ae also happened to be the youngest pair in India's Got Talent. Bad Salsa's performance with unique and unimaginable moves and tricks left the judges Karan Johar, Kirron Kher, Malaika Arora Khan and Farah Khan awestruck. While Farah bowed before choreographer Bivash Chowdhury, Karan called the two Chota Sridevi and Kamal Hasan Kirron said they were a blessing on this earth.

"I hadn't watched any of the episode of India's Got Talent before I came here because we didn't had electricity in our house in Bagda, which is in the interiors of Bengal, near the Bangladesh border. However, I've seen Dance Bangla Dance at my friend's place and then used to practice those steps on my own at my house. Seeing my enthusiasm, my family brought me to Bivash Sir in Kolkata for the first time. I had been training under him since then." Said Sonali.

A red letter day for the best dance group in India. The dance couple, representing Bivash Academy of Dance of Kolkata, bagged the maximum amount of votes among 12 other finalists. They are the youngest winners of India's Got Talent till date and it's hard to beat them.

"I've been doing Bollywood and Hip Hop since the past 5 years. When I saw sir's team last year in India's Got Talent, I told my father that I want to train under him. Every weekend, I would come to Kolkata from Bhubaneswar to learn dance. It was dream to perform here and I will make my sir and parents feel proud." Said Sumanth.

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