'Indian Idol Junior' Winner Meets Modi

Published: 16th September 2015 08:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2015 08:50 AM   |  A+A-

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The winner of Indian Idol Junior, 14 years old Ananya Nanda met Narendra Modi at his residence in Delhi_files. | IANS


NEW DELHI: Bhubaneshwar-based Ananya Sritam Nanda, who has won the second season of singing reality show "Indian Idol Junior", on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and is still ecstatic.

On cloud nine after the meeting, she said that the reality is yet to seep in.

"I can't believe I met Narendra Modi ji. I am in awe with him and his hospitality. Inspite of his busy schedule, he spent 20-30 minutes with me. He personally spoke to my mother, father and sister. I can't even express how happy I am," Ananya told IANS.

Ananya, whose mother is a housewife and father works as a director in a government industrial department, emerged as the winner of the Sony Entertainment Television show earlier this month.

"PM @narendramodi met Ananya Sritam Nanda, the winner of Indian Idol Junior (Season 2)," the official Twitter handle of Prime Minister's Office read, while sharing images with the winner.

Ananya, who won the music reality show with her dedication towards her passion, is seen wearing a bright kurti and Modi in an white kurta pajama teamed up with light blue Nehru jacket.

Ananya added that she was "thankful to (union minister) Dharmendra Pradhan, who facilitated the meet for me".


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