No doubt Indians are very talented in their own way and have some special hidden talent that makes our country proud.
Sumit Sadawarti, the Maharashtra’s singer didn’t only entertain the judges of Asia’s Got Talent but also wander into the hearts of audience by his fine version of Ella Fitzgerald’s Cry Me A River.
Sumit is a semifinalist on the show Asia’s Got Talent Season 2 and the main demonstration left Team India. At 22, his voice has emotion, depth, and pain and he used it for all the bullying that he suffered in his life and express by his voice soulfully.
If you don’t convince yet then this will make you prove better, as judge David Foster, a Canadian musician, came up on to the stage after his ultra performance.
Foster said, I knew there was more there, I knew it.”
Meanwhile, when the leading portal, asked him about how he felt representing his nation, Sumit replied, “They told me I wouldn’t make it. I’m glad I didn’t listen.” representing his nation.
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Sumit Sadawarti is right now studying liberal arts at Ashoka University. And, his passion for singing is clearly seen on the international platform and hopes he make it big with his singing.
Well, his semi-final performance will be aired on November 30. And, voting will be on between 30 Nov and Dec 4.
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