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After the judges calmed them and assured them that a challenger is a must to prove their mettle, only then they would be a notch better; the kids agreed to sing and do their best. And as true performers they put up a smiling face and gave good performances at the Qawwali special on the Saturday episode of Chhote Ustaad.
Soniya impressed the judges with Shubha Mudgal's 'Ali More Angana'; Anwesha sang 'Pal do pal ka saath' ('Burning Train'), Vyom recited the classic Manna Dey song, 'Aye Meri Zohrazabeen' ('Waqt'). Aishwarya performed a flawless 'Nigahen Milane ko Ji Chahta Hai'. Prakriti sang 'Salaam-e-Ishq' next.
Since it was a day for Qawwali, Abhaas asked the judges to sing their own song in Qawwali style. Shreya sang 'Yeh Ishq Hai' and Pritam sang a medley of 'Bhool Bhulaiya' and 'Mauja hi Mauja.' The audience, participants, and the judges were in splits.
Kunal Ganjawal summarized all performances and appreciated the maturity with which the kids handled their grievances or displeasure. "The kids could have walked away not shooting for the episode but handled the situation really well; they conveyed their displeasure sporting a black band around their wrist", said Kunal.
That's what true showmanship is all about!