Thursday, 16 August 2012

Leadership Lessons from Auto Driver's Son Faisal Khan who wins DID Li'l Masters 2

Faisal Khan, the handsome 13 year old teenager from Mumbai has grabbed the winner trophy of the DID (Dance India Dance) Li’l Masters Season 2. Faisal’s father is an autorickshaw driver.
Proving the fact that talent is not bound to any class or category, Khan, who belongs to a a poor family now walked away with the trophy and a cash prize of Rs 10 lakh in presence of a massive gathering of over five thousand live audience at the Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune on Sunday. The winner’s hat was also perched on his head.
Faisal belongs to ‘Prince Ki Paltan’. The final decision was made on the basis of public voting. He won the crown by immediately beating the runner up - seven-year-old Om Chetry from Assam who was on the No.2 position. While Rohan Parkale (12) from Indore came third and received a cash prize of Rs.3 lakh, Saumya Rai (11) from Ranchi won the fourth position and seven-year-old Jeet Das from Kolkata landed on fifth.
Bollywood star Akshay Kumar was present as a guest in the show and shared the first look of his upcoming film ‘Oh My God.’ The other biggies present there were choreographers Farah Khan and Terence Lewis. Mithun Chakraborty was the Grand Master of the show and Marzi Pestonji and Geeta Kapur were in the judge’s panel.
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1 comment:

  1. Talent only needs direction and a window of opportunity. What follows is hard work and glory