Renowned philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche once said, “Life without music would be a mistake.” However, the hunt for musical genius is a challenge of another level. ZEE has taken on this challenge by providing a platform to emerging talents with Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. The nation’s first and oldest singing reality show has completed its 25th year and the hunt for the best is still on.
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From its inception 1995, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has set new benchmarks and become a pathbreaker in finding and recognising fresh talent across the country. The world of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has only grown larger with every season. From promising adults to cute and shockingly talented kids, the show has proved the fact that music knows no boundaries of gender or age.
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has become the nation’s favourite because it celebrates the diversity of India. From Hindi and Tamil to Bengali, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, and Punjabi, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has almost covered the whole of India. From Khayyam Saab to Raamlaxman, Kalyanji and Anandji, Sonu Nigam, Shaan, Suresh Wadkar, Himesh Reshammiya, Pritam, Shankar Mahadevan, Asha Bhosle, Alka Yagnik, Ila Arun, and Neha Kakkar, several giants have helped to find and refine the future of the music industry.
In these 25 years, the platform has given us musical gems like Shreya Goshal, Debojit Saha, Twinkle (Tia) Bajpai, Jasraj Jayant Joshi, and many others.
After entertaining and enlightening the audience for 25 years, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa has proved the fact that there is always a ray of hope. In this time of the Coronavirus scare, the show celebrates its 25 years with a cause. The platform celebrates with a trilogy and funnels all the proceeds from the show to the PM Cares Fund.
With a work-from-home production to a 25-hour musical marathon to a Pan-India concert, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa kept the spirit of the phrase ‘the show must go on’ alive.
This is an attempt, to sum up, a musical journey of 25 glorious years. You can watch the Live-a-Thon on Facebook Live starting from 9 am on May 23, with the Punjabi slot coming up at 3.30 pm on May 24. For the mega-concert, tune in to Zee TV at 6pm on May 24!
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