Recapping the memorable moments, Anamika says, "The biggest compliment came from Sonu Nigam when he said that I could be a very good play back singer. I will cherish this all my life". The victory has still not sunk in for the little girl, who says, "I was nervous when the announcement was being made. Though I felt I might win, I was keeping my fingers crossed. But when I heard my name being announced, I just could not believe my ears".
Anamika, who has received professional classical training from her mom says that this experience of being in SRGMP has groomed her to be a better singer. Anamika states, "The vocal and diction exercises have really improved my singing". Talking about the various celebrities who made it to the show, the thrilled L'il Champ says, "Ajayji, Kajolji, Aamirji, all were very nice. They encouraged me to sing well and move ahead in the competition".
First and foremost, Anamika wants to visit her temple back in Assam. "I want to go there as soon as I reach home, as without God's blessings, I would not have won. Then I will go and meet my relatives and friends", opines the girl. Anamika has already tasted success and will get more to her share, as she will be lending her voice to few Assamese films.