Popular dance reality show India's Best Dancer Season 2 has got its winner. In fact, the next avatar of the season has become Pune's Saumya Kamble. Pune's Saumya Kamble has been declared the winner of the 'Best 5' finalists. She was awarded a prestigious trophy. Saumya got a check of Rs 15 lakh and a Swift car gift from Sony Entertainment Television. Her choreographer Vartika Jha was honoured with a check of Rs 5 lakh. Among the best 5 finalists, Gaurav Sarwan of Jaipur was the first runner up and Roja Rana of Odisha was the second runner up.
Raktim Thakuria of Assam and Jamrud of Kerala were declared third and fourth runner up. Along with this, a check of one lakh rupees was given to all. Once Asha Bhosle, who came as a special guest on the show, was so impressed with Saumya's dance movements that she gave the title of Little Helen. In the finale, Saumya performed belly dance and free-style actor together with Vartika. Saumya has often told during the show that her father aspires to become a doctor, while her mother wants her daughter to become a dancer and shine. Nora Fatehi, who came on the show some time ago, gifted her belly dancing coin belt.
After winning the trophy, for the time being, Saumya said, 'I can't put my feeling into words. I have become emotional. I would like to thank all those who voted for me and supported me in this journey and thank those who became an integral part of my life. Especially my choreographer and my mentor Vartika Didi on the show who stayed with me on this journey. I am very grateful to her. I learnt a lot as a part of India's Best Dancer and found people who think like me who are as passionate about dancing as I am. I don't know what's going to happen in the future, but dance will surely be an important part of my future. I also thank all the judges Malaika Ma'am, Terence Sir and Geeta Maa who stood as a great force for all of us on this show with their humble words and inspiration. '
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