Rising Star 3 winner Aftab Singh: This is just the beginning of my musical career

From getting a chance to sing on stage, in front of a worldwide audience, to meeting my idol Salman Khan. I have learned so much in this show. Stating that he had lost hope after Diwakar scored big, the overjoyed winner said, “I knew it was tough. However, Aftab Singh’s powerful performance on “Tharki Chhokro” got him a record-breaking 89% score. But it was the blessing of God, my family and all the people who voted for me that I performed. Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who came on the show to promote Bharat has assured he will pay off his loans so that he can keep training without any worries; “All my dreams have been fulfilled on Rising Star 3. I felt I wouldn’t be able to sing. It aired on Colors. He said, “As the wall rose for the last time, my entire journey, struggle and hard work flashed in front of me. While Diwakar Sharma was the first to reach the final round, Sanjay and Aftab tied at 90% votes. It was a dream come true moment for me as the wall rose up and I was announced the winner of the show.”
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Lovingly called Chote Sultan, Aftab Singh hails from Punjab and comes from a humble background. As I saw the score meter rising up, I could feel my heartbeats also going up. And I will always be thankful to the judges and audience for all the love and support. His family is in debts after his father took a loan to build their house. Sanjay performed first and received 76% votes, while Diwakar scored a whopping 82%. This is just the beginning of my musical career.”
Hosted by Aditya Narayan, Rising Star 3 had Shankar Mahadevan, Neeti Mohan and Diljit Dosanjh as the judges. He even offered to help me, and that was definitely one of the biggest moments of my life.”


The young champ further shared that he hasn’t yet chalked out his future plans but knows that he will continue singing forever. Instead of two, the judges allowed all three in the final round. 0
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Aftab Singh beat Diwakar Sharma and Sanjay Sateesh to clinch the winning trophy and prize money of Rs 10 lakh.