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The Voice India Kids is an Indian Hindi singing reality competition television series that airs on &TV.[1] The series is produced by Endemol India.[2]

The Voice India Kids
GenreSinging Reality competition
Created byJohn de Mol, Jr.
Presented bySugandha Mishra
Jay Bhanushali
JudgesPapon(2)
Shaan(1-)
Palak Muchhal(2)
Himesh Reshammiya(2-)
Shekhar Ravjiani(1)
Neeti Mohan(1)
Armaan Malik(3-)
Harshdeep Kaur(3-)
Opening themeThis is Vhe Voice;The Voice Kids
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)English
Hindi
No. of seasons3(2 since completed)
No. of episodes64
Production
Producer(s)Deepak Dhar
Production location(s)Mumbai, India
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time45 minutes approx.
Production company(s)Endemol India
Distributor
Release
Original network&TV
StarPlus
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release23 July 2016 –
present
Chronology
Related showsSuperstar Singer
Indian Idol Junior
External links
Website

FormatEdit

This show based on The Voice India. The show will allow young singers between the age group of 6-14 years to showcase their talent in front of a national audience.[3] The show is part of The Voice franchise and is structured in three phases: Blind auditions, Battle rounds, and Live performance shows.

The Blind AuditionsEdit

The first stage is the Blind Auditions, where artists sing in front of the judges/coaches. In this round, each coach selects 15 singers for their team. Four coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process. Each coach has the length of the auditioner's performance (about 90 seconds) to decide if they want the singer on their team. If one of the coaches is satisfied with the voice of an artist, and wants to mentor them for the next stage, they press the "I WANT YOU" button by their chair. This turns the chair around to face the stage, and allows the coach to see the artist for the first time after they have sung. This avoids any bias on the part of the judge/coach because of an artist's characteristics or personality. If two or more coaches want the same singer, the singer chooses their coach. The artist's journey on the show comes to an end if no coach selects them.

The Battle roundsEdit

Each team of singers is then mentored and developed by their coach in the second stage, called the Battle Round. The team coaches help to develop their artists by giving them advice, and sharing the secrets of their success in the music industry. The coaches have two of their own team members battle each other by singing the same song. The coach chooses which team member will advance to the next stage. The judges then have to choose from the individual "battles" which artists to take to the Live Round.[3]

The Live ShowsEdit

The third stage, Live Shows, is where the remaining seven members of each team perform solo and try to entertain the audience and to impress the judges. After Round 1, each of the coaches can save three contestants to progress. After Rounds 2 and 3, each coach can save two contestants to progress. After Round 4, each coach can save one contestant to progress to the semi-final round. The remaining contestants progress, or not, based on a public vote conducted after each round.

Semi Final In the Semi Finals, the final two contestants from each team face off against each other. The judges then split 100 points between the two performers of their team. The winner is decided by the combination of public votes received and points given by their respective judges.

Final In the Finals, the winner is chosen from the final four contestants, one from each team, based on the results of the live public voting.

JudgesEdit

Season summaryEdit

Colour key

Season First aired Last aired Winner Runners-up Other finalist(s) Winning coach Hosts Co-Hosts Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 23 July 2016 23 October 2016 Nishtha Kavya Limaye Shreya Basu Vishwaprasad Ganagi Priyanshi Srivastava Neeti Jay Bhanushali Sugandha Mishra Shekhar Neeti Shaan No fourth coach
Pooja Insa
2 11 November 2017 11 March 2018 Manashi Neelanjana Ray Mohd. Faazil Shekinah Mukhiya Guntaas Palak No Co-Host HR Palak Papon Shaan
Shruti Gosawmi
3 November 2019 February 2020 TBA Karan Tacker Divyanka Tripathi Shaan Armaan Harshdeep HR

Season 1 (2016)Edit

Nishtha Sharma of Uttar Pradesh won the first edition of The Voice India Kids.[6] She was the contestant from Team Neeti Mohan. She received a cheque of Rs 25,00,000, along with a recording contract from Universal Music. Nishtha belongs to a musically inclined family of Sultanpur. Kavya (Team Neeti) was the 1st runner up and Pooja (Team Shaan) was the 2nd runner up of the season.[7][8]

Season 2 (2017-18)Edit

Manashi Sahariah of Udmari, Assam won the second edition of The Voice India Kids.[9] She was the contestant from Team Palak . She received a cheque of Rs. 25,00,000, along with a recording contract from Universal Music. The 1st runner up was Neelanjana Ray (Team Shaan) followed by Shruti Goswami (Team Papon). Both got a prize amount of Rs. 10,00,000 each.

Battles (Season 2)Edit

The battles are the 2nd round of the show , where 3 singers from the same team sing the same song. Then the coach decides the winner, taking the singer to the 3rd round.

Contestants competing Team Winner
Shiba Prasad VS Sayyad Habibur VS Subhransh Mishra Papon Shiba Prasad
Shruti Goswami VS Pihu Srivastava VS Laxmi Srivastava Papon Shruti Goswami
Dhanni Saikiya VS Shekinah Mukhiya VS Gayatri Shinde Himesh Shekinah Mukhiya
Deblina Nath VS Anvita TS VS Manashi Sahariah Palak Manashi Sahariah
Asmi Mukherjee VS Sanjana Ganesh VS Niharika Nath Papon Niharika Nath
Tannishtha Puri VS Sonal Srivastava VS Anupama Mamgain Papon Tannishtha Puri
Supriyo Sinha VS Abhinav Dhiman VS Shaurya Negi Shaan Supriyo Sinha
Tanishka Sarkar VS Arya Nanda VS Ishaan Tangirala Shaan Ishaan Tangirala
Aashi Singh VS Aarohi Roy VS Priyadarshan Deka Palak Aarohi Roy
Rubab Choudhary VS Madhav Arora VS Satyajeet Debroy Papon Madhav Arora
Abhraman Kashyap VS Mansi Sisodia VS Neelanjana Ray Shaan Neelanjana Ray
Mohammad Faazil VS Tanish Kinalkar VS Sumeet Kumar VS Rajeev Das Himesh Mohammad Faazil
Bunty VS Siddhant Aggarwal VS Bhanu Pratap Singh Palak Bhanu Pratap Singh
Ayush Kotwal VS Moksh Gulati VS Ayush Kalam Himesh Moksh Gulati

Top 20 (Season 2)Edit

Himesh's team From
Mohammad Faazil Jaipur, Rajasthan
Shekinah Mukhiya Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Sneha Shankar Mumbai , Maharashtra
Moksh Gulati New Delhi
Anshika Chonkar Mumbai , Maharashtra
Shaan's team From
Neelanjana Ray Alipurduar , West Bengal
Supriyo Sinha Kolkata , West Bengal
Ishaan Tangirala New Jersey , USA
Guntaas Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Ankona Mukherjee Kolkata , West Bengal
Palak's team From
Manashi Sahariah Udmari , Assam
Aarohi Roy Kolkata , West Bengal
Shivansh Rana New Delhi
Bhanu Pratap Singh Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
Shreemoyi Mondal West Bengal
Papon's team From
Shiba Prasad Odisha
Tannishtha Puri Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Madhav Arora Zirakpur , Punjab
Niharika Nath Agartala , Tripura
Shruti Gosawmi Guwhati, Assam

Top 12 (Season 2)Edit

Himesh's Team From
Sneha Shankar Maharashtra
Shekinah Mukhiya Dehradun, Uttarkhand
Mohammad Faazil Jaipur, Rajasthan
Shaan's Team From
Neelanjana Ray Alipurduar, West Bengal
Guntaas Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Ishaan Tangirala New Jersey, USA
Papon's Team From
Niharika Nath Agartala, Tripura
Tannishtha Puri Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Shruti Goswami Guwahati, Assam
Palak's Team From
Manashi Sahariah Udmari, Assam
Bhanu Pratap Singh Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
Shreemoyi Mondal West Bengal

Top 6 (Season 2)Edit

Contestant Team
Mohammad Faazil Himesh
Shekinah Mukhiya Himesh
Guntaas Shaan
Neelanjana Ray Shaan
Manashi Sahariah Palak
Shruti Goswami Papon

Season 3 (2019)Edit

Season 3 will be airing from November 2019 tentatively. Himesh and Shaan return as coaches. Palak and Papon are to be replaced by Armaan and Harshdeep Kaur. In blind auditions the coaches will have 12 contestants per team. The battles will use 2 steal option for each coach. Each battle will feature 2 contestants.The Knockout will feature 3 contestant out of which 4 will proceed for the live shows. New Block feature to be added from this season

Coaches

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Voice of India Kids launched". The Indian Express. 20 July 2016. Retrieved 6 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Jay Bhanushali confirmed as 'The Voice India Kids' host". The Times of India. 27 June 2016. Retrieved 28 June 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Shaan to join Neeti Mohan as coach on The Voice India Kids". India Today. 5 June 2016. Retrieved 28 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Mentoring kids on 'The Voice India' new experience: Neeti Mohan". The Indian Express. 4 June 2016. Retrieved 28 June 2016.
  5. ^ "Papon quits Voice India Kids over sexual assault row, says falsely implicated". Hindustan Times. 24 February 2018. Retrieved 6 September 2019.
  6. ^ "UP's Nishtha Sharma wins The Voice India Kids". Hindustan Times. 24 October 2016. Retrieved 6 September 2019.
  7. ^ "Voice India Kids: 10-year-old Nishtha Sharma emerges victorious, wins Rs 25 lakh". Indian Express. Retrieved 24 October 2016.
  8. ^ "Sultanpur girl Nishtha Sharma wins 'The Voice India Kids". Retrieved 24 October 2016.
  9. ^ "Manashi Sahariah wins The Voice India Kids 2". The Indian Express. 12 March 2018. Retrieved 6 September 2019.

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