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News |  01 Oct 2016 14:57 |  By Mallika Deb

Manveer, the Lady Gaga fan, ends his journey at 'The Stage 2'

MUMBAI: As Colors Infinity's 'The Stage 2' is making waves with English music lovers in India, an opportunity to win the spotlight on this singing show means the world to several people like Manveer, 20-years-old, from Karnal.

Manveer, who has earned himself the title of #PunjabiGaga on 'The Stage 2', got eliminated on the fifth episode (Saturday, 1 October 2016) of the show.

Manveer says he loved Devraj Sanyal most among the other judges and had a wonderful time during his stay in that show.

However, he does feel bad about his early exit. “I thought I would nail the performance, but I froze. It was my fault that led to my early exit,” says the 20-year-old Lady Gaga devotee.

"I don't know what went wrong in this episode and I was not at all expecting the elimination. I have performed 'Unconditionally', a song by Katy Perry. There were some issues with the sound," said Manveer.

'Unconditionally', the 'power ballad' is a song by singer Katy Perry. It is the second single from Katy Perry's fourth studio album 'Prism' (2013), which was released on 16 October 2013.

"Also, I had problems with the scale. I am more comfortable in C scale but Jenny, who was our voice trainer and looked after everyone's performance, said I should sing the song in D scale. During the rehearsal also, I practised in D scale and it sounded perfect. However, during the performance, something went wrong, I couldn't give my best. Maybe it was not meant to be," added he.

While talking about his inspiration and life, he said he was inspired by his school mate in class five and he used to sing carols too. He has sung carols for nearly four years. As he gets back to Delhi after 'The Stage 2', he is looking forward to his upcoming show which is happening in Delhi on 22 October 2016 - a collaboration with a well-known Punjabi singer.

"I will be in Delhi for a couple of days and I need to figure out what works for me best. I wish to come back to Mumbai for the next level of my career," he signs off.

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