8-year-old Jiya Thakur wins DID Li’l Masters season 4

Eight-year-old girl from Hyderabad Jiya Thakur won the coveted title of DID Li’l Masters along with a prime money of Rs 5 lakh. Jiya, was one of the wild card entrants but she won everyone’s heart her grace and versatility. Finalists Urva Bhaskar and Tamman Gamnu were announced as the first and second runners-up respectively 

Soon after winning the DID Li’l Master title, an elated Jiya said, “DID Li’l Masters has been a great learning experience for me. It was my moment of pride when skipper Vaishnavi took me under her wings and made me a part of Vaishnavi ke Veere. During the course of the show, I have learned so much about dance and about myself. Vaishnavi understood my strengths and weaknesses and guided me at every step. The entire team, including the judges Farah ma’am, Marzi Sir, Siddharth Sir and my fellow contestants have been very supportive and have encouraged me to give my best throughout my journey on the show. One of the best moments of my life was when the dancing diva Madhuri Dixit called me ‘Choti Madhuri’. She even appreciated my performance and gave me her blessings. Moreover, I found a strong supporter and mentor in Farah Ma’am. I could not have asked for anything more.  I am glad to have made some truly special bonds which I will cherish for life. I am really excited and want to thank Zee TV for giving me this amazing opportunity and platform.”

Being the biggest admirer of Jiya, judge Farah Khan too expressed her excitement and said, “It has been a delightful and exciting experience for me. DID Li’l Masters, this year, turned out to be a dance powerhouse and the contestants have floored me with their exceptional dance moves and extraordinary talent. I am beyond happy to see Jiya being crowned as the winner of the show. She was not only one of the best performers but my favorite contestant too. Her energy, enthusiasm and the vigour with which she performed every time on stage was truly commendable. I would like to congratulate Jiya on her win and wish her best for her future.”

Heartiest congratulations to Jiya Thakur!