A contestant of Indian Idol has truly inspired Sachin Tendulkar from his lively spirit.
Indian Idol is back that too with bundle of talents. After long time we can see trio Anu Malik,Farah Khan and Sonu Nigam judging the show. And you will glad to know that a guy in Indian Idol has inspired Sachin Tendulkar.
The Indian Idol 2016 is graced by a talented singing inspiration, Thupten Tsering. The singer from Arunachal Pradesh wowed all the three judges – Anu Malik, Farah Khan and Sonu Nigam and thousands of fans of singing reality show.
Cricket sensation Sachin Tendulkar really loves the performance of Thupten Tsering. Apart from his exceptional singing abilities, Tsering is now known for the spirit he holds for his life. He is full of positivity. Sachin Tendulkar cricketer took to Twitter to express his feelings and appreciation for the Indian Idol 9 contestant.
Earlier, Thupten Tsering’s audition video has been widely appreciated by the fans.
Who is Thupten Tsering?
Through his performance and positivity, he has won millions of hearts. The Solo Performer, Thupten Tsering is a musical artist from Arunachal Pradesh.
He is the second contestant from Arunachal who has made it to the Top 12 of Indian Idol 2016. Thupten Tsering who lost both of his hands at the age of 5 is one of the finest singers participating on the show.
He sang the popular song Channa Mereya from the hit movie Ae Dil Mushkil which floored all the three judges – Anu Malik, Farah Khan and Sonu Nigam. And among the broad audiences in front of the television, he found a fan in God Of Cricket’! Tsering losted his hands in a tragic incident but he can do everything from cooking to stirching.
Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter
Sachin posted a tweet, writing: “This guy is special. He is amazingly positive despite his challenges. Truly inspiring… More power to you 🙂 #ThuptenTsering #IndianIdol.” Sachin Tendulkar is Twitter active celebrity.
Thupten Tsering lost his hands when he was only 5 when he got an 11000-volt electric shock and doctors had to cut off both his hands. For others it might be a pitty condition but for Tsering it is source of power.