STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A girl from a small village of district Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir, not only won hearts of many with her singing but also lifted the title trophy of Voice of Punjab ‘Chhota Champ’, telecasted at PTC Punjabi. Ananya Sharma,11 years old, a class 7th student of the Army Public School, Udhampur brought laurels to the State by winning the title. “It is a proud moment for all of us,” said Arun Kaul, a proud father, serving as Inspector in Jammu and Kashmir Police. Kaul further said that she has a passion for singing since childhood and her mother Kheema Sharma also played a major role in her grooming as a professional singer. “Initially, when she won a number of titles in singing, we decided to let her continue in professional singing,” he said adding that Ananya has really made entire State proud. Ananya was the lone participant from the State and faced a tough competition in the contest, in which a number of professional singers from the neighbouring States participated.
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