|Chiranjeev, Neeraj Wasim, Vijay Bhardwaj, Urmila Sharma & K K Goswami|
A press conference for the Musical contest "No.1 Dramebaaz season 2" a Trizon films presentation, being telecast on E24, every Saturday and Sunday at 9.30 PM, was held on 18th February 2016, at Hotel Juhu Plaza, where in actor Mukesh Khanna was chief guest, entire team Producer Vijay Bhardwaj, director Neeraj Wasim, selector Chiranjeev, anchor K.K.Goswami, judges Urmila Sharma & Steffi Bhardwaj were present, another judge Mushtaq Khan could not attend due to his shooting, beside them seven finalists children’s Vansh Pandita, Charu Doyla, Krishna Sabarwal, Krishna Kumar Mehto, Padamshree Jha, Ashish Verma & Bir Sundar Samal were also present. Anchor Navin Kumar Shah organised the show smoothly. Final episode will be on air on 5th March 2016.
When asked from producer Vijay & director Neeraj, the difference between other musical programs and this one, they replied in those programme contestants have to go on set for audition, whereas here they have approached the contestants in their home, villages and schools, beside this they all have performed on their own without any proper training, and they have performed well. 10 thousand students were auditioned across 8 states and Delhi/NCR. 700 schools across India has taken part in the show. The second season of this entertaining realty show had 16 gripping episodes and proved to be better than the first season.
Mukesh Khana said “never in my life I have taken part in any reality show, but children’s are my favorite, they are our future, so I cannot refuse this offer and I am glad that I am a part of this show”.
The show that puts children through a series of tasks and challenges had talented kids between the age of 5 and 16 years, among which 14 Quarter finalist, then 10 semi-finalist and 5 finalist spots in the second season.
Vijay Bharadwaj, the director of the show said, “We firmly believe that children are the most natural actors as they are simply not conscious of themselves. To unearth the amazingly hidden talent in our country we tried to bring the children from the far flung areas of our country. The winner shall be entitled to a cash price of Rs.51000 from Satmola and will get promising opportunities in Bollywood movies which will groom them as actors.
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