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India's Best Dramebaaz Winners List of All Seasons (With Photos)

Talent hunt shows are extremely popular in India and audience prefer to watch these shows on a weekend. The television experts have switched from movies to talent hunt shows on weekends. It also enables Indian citizens an opportunity to display skills and hard work on national television.

Talent hunt shows are extremely popular in India and audience prefer to watch these shows on a weekend. The television experts have switched from movies to talent hunt shows on weekends.

It also enables Indian citizens an opportunity to display skills and hard work on national television. " Indias best Dramebazz" is an Indian reality talent hunt show aired on weekends. Essel production encouraged the concept and Zee TV broadcast it.

India's Best Dramebaaz Winner List With Photos

The show opens a platform for the children between five years old to fourteen years old a stage to perform. Fortunately, the country loves the children playing or portraying a character on national television led to three successful seasons - currently, ZEE TV airing the third season proudly on the platform.

1] India's Best Dramebaaz Season 1 Winner: Aditya Singhal (2013)


The first-ever season started on 23rd February 2013 on ZEE TV and the season had a total of 26 episodes. The production team explained the concept to many celebrities in India and Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre, actor Vivek Oberoi and film director Anurag Basu agreed to present the show as judges.

The reality shows have hosted to maintain the entertainment level of the show and the season one had And Ragini Khanna and Rithvik Dhanjani to fill the gap. Pune's own Singhal announced as a winner of the reality show. Pareeniti Sharma stood up on the first position and Nihar gite second runner-up of the show.

2] India's Best Dramebaaz Season 2 Winner: Swati Nitya (2015)


The production decided to work on the S2 after the first-ever show aired on the ZEE TV and the moderate success inspired them to go for the season two. In 2015, the S2 started in India, and Ravi Dubey and Rithivk Dhanjani selected to host the season. However, Dubey replaced Ragini Khanna in S2 for unknown reasons.

Sajid Khan replaced filmmaker Anurag Basu, while Vivek Oberoi and Sonali Bendre remained as judges for the S2. The winner of the S2 Swasti Nitya received Rs.5 lakhs as the prize money.

3] India's Best Dramebaaz Season 3 Winner: Dipali Borkar (2018)


The production took two years of gaps due to no slots on the weekend on ZEE TV. The show could have moved to another channel, but the team decided to wait until the timing is right for them.

On 7 October 2018, the S3 of " Indias best Dramebazz " started on ZEE TV. Borkar fought hard for the first place, and she won the trophy along with Rs.5 lakhs prize money.

Anish Railkar stood on the first runner-up and Harshraj Lucky listed as second runner-up on the S3 of " Indias best Dramebazz. " Due to lack of time Sajid Khan did not appear as judge of the show and replaced with art director Omung Kumar.

Vivek Oberoi & Sonali Bindre reinstated as judges for S3. However, the Bindre diagnosed with cancer during the show, and she left for treatment. Actor, dancer, and host Shantanu Maheshwari single handle maintained the position of the host. Huma Qureshi added to the judging panel due to the absence of the " Sarfarosh " leading actor.

As of now, there are only three seasons and our writing team will update the list once we have another season. Let us know which season was the most entertaining in the comment section below.

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With July 29th having marked the 38th anniversary of the marriage between Princess Diana and Prince Charles, it’s a poignant reminder of how beloved “Princess Di” was in life and so remains in death. With this in mind, award-winning singer-songwriter Karen Sokolof Javitch has written the “Princess Diana: the Musical” that spotlights Princess’ relationship with Prince Charles, focusing on their courtship, marriage and divorce.

"The marriage is still the most watched royal wedding in history,” notes Javitch. “Millions still remember how Princess Diana omitted the word ‘obey’ for the first time ever in a royal wedding, and so began a reverence for this maverick royal."

For this touching, one-of-a-kind musical, Javitch wrote all 32 of the songs, arranged by Chuck Penington of Mannheim Steamroller, which reflect Diana’s transition from being an unknown 19-year old to becoming one of the most famous women in the world. Not surprisingly, the musical is gaining in popularity and has been produced by theater groups and troupes in multiple cities across the United States.

Musical theater buffs may listen to one of the songs from the show, “There Was a Time,” that was the main song to “Princess Diana: The Musical,” here and the full array of songs may be accessed on Javitch’s web site here.

Besides Javitch having co-written four musicals performed throughout America, she’s also produced no less than 15 albums with original music and was the creator and co-host of a popular radio show, “It’s the Beat.” Her family-friendly music includes a variety of songs about exercising and good health, celebrities, holidays, weddings, politics, children, babies, education, patriotism, love and family.  Also philanthropic, Javitch has raised over $350,000 for national and local charities through her original music.

Especially this month, Javitch’s Princess Diana: the Musical represents one phenomenon celebrating another—a noble endeavor indeed.


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