Max Kids Festival 2018
Max Kids Festival 2018

Kids rocked the Mumbai and Pune finales of 'Max Kids Festival 2018'

ANI | Updated: May 28, 2018 13:32 IST

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 28 (NewsVoir): India's leading fashion brand Max Fashion recently concluded its Max Kids Festival 2018 in Mumbai and Pune. The Mumbai finale was held at R City Mall, Ghatkopar and Pune finale took place at Seasons Mall in Pune.
Max Kids Festival is a platform that lets the kids showcase their talent and get recognition as icons in their city. It encourages little champs and divas to participate and showcase their talent in Fancy Dress, Drawing, Singing and Dancing competition. With thousands of entries this year, the fest witnessed a host of singers, dancers and artists wowing the audience with their talent in both the cities.
In Mumbai, the show was judged by actor and dancer Faisal Khan. Winners from Mumbai city are Drishti Gupta (Fancy Dress), Moksh Borude (Drawing). Sanjana Joshi (Singing) and Sai Halnar (Dancing).
Faisal Khan said, "It's amazing to see the level of confidence and talent these kids have at this tender age. All of them are born stars. The way they performed today in front of huge crowd is worth appreciating. I would like to thank Max Fashion for such initiatives and for giving me the opportunity to be a part of it. I am going back with a bagful of memories. My best wishes to all kids here and keep growing."
On the other side, the Pune finale was judged by popular television actress Ridhi Dogra. Pune winners are Aarohi Aher (Fancy Dress). Samsthitha Ramadugu (Singing), Nishtha Karhe (Drawing) and Naitik Nagarkar (Dancing).
Piyush Sharma, AVP Operations (West), Max Fashion said, "Max stands for a family destination for shopping, we believe in bringing them closer through our initiatives and engage with them closely. The idea of a kid's fest is to make summer more fun for kids, ignite their young minds and teach them skills which they will use in future. This is the 7th year of Max Kids Festival and the response was overwhelming. We hope to continue boosting the amazing talent today's kids have, for many more years to come." (NewsVoir)