Dancing away to glory

winners Anushree and Swetha.

Anushree from Mangalore, won Rs 1 lakh worth gold jewellery and Swetha from Moodbidre won an education policy worth  Rs 2.5 lakh (on maturity).
The team consisting of Rashree from Coorg and Tanusha from Mysore were declared the runners-up and walked away with Rs 50 thousand worth gold jewellery and an education policy worth Rs 2 lakh (on maturity), respectively.
The three finalist teams comprised of popular anchors (Divas) and child talents Anushri and Swetha, Rashree and Thanusha and Vandana and Srisha.
Actress Chaya Singh and choreographer Tribhuvan were the judges in the finals.
 Film star Sanjana and choreographer Mallur Sreenivas judged the top 3 teams. The Divas and the kids went through three different rounds in the finale.
They performed a solo each and a Bhale Jodi round in which both a child and a Diva danced together.

“The event had all the elements of an interesting final of a grand show ranging from controversies over age proof to one of the participants falling off the stage during the performance to some fantastic performances,” said Divyashree, Programmer, Zee Kannada.
Vaishnavi H S, Non-Fiction Programming Head, Zee Kannada, said, “The compatibility and co-ordination round called Bhale Jodi was the highlight of the show. Overall, it was a very exciting and entertaining finale that saw the winning team emerge against all odds. The show had some mindblowing performances with teams performing to numbers like Tangaliyalli (Januma Janumada Anubandha), Ra Ra (Aaptamitra), Kaddu Kaddu Nodo Kalla (Milana), Suntaragaali (Kalasipaalya), Bombai guduga Badai (Srisha) and many more foot-tapping numbers.”

By public demand, the fun and excitement filled Grand Finale of Kuniyonu Baara will be telecast again on September 6, at 2 pm on Zee Kannada.

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