Seniors Have Talent: The Finale List

Seniors Have Talent The Finale List

The objective of Seniors Have Talent is to recognise and encourage the immense talent that exists in the ever-growing number of senior citizens in the world. But, more importantly, the idea is for all participants to have fun as they share their talent.

We announce our 24 super talented finalists and look forward to a scintillating fun- filled final to close Season 3, on Sunday, April 4, 2021!

 

Here are our finalists. Congratulations! And good luck to each of you: 

Dr Vimal Chouhan 

A retired surgeon from Insurance Medical Services, Hyderabad, this 71-year-old knows how to belt it out! Music has always been her passion and today she integrates this with learning the keyboard.

 

Krishna Phadke

Krishna is an ex-banker from Aurangabad, Maharashtra. For him music is the solution to live life to the fullest, and forget all worries and problems. He also plays harmonium and synthesiser.

 

Sundaresan Narayanmoorthy

At 61, Sundaresan is taking part from Hong Kong. He is extremely passionate about music with fondness for Ghazals. He learnt to play Mrudangam during his early child years.

 

Narasimhan Srinivasan 

A Management Accountant by profession from Mumbai, music is joy of Narasimhan ‘s life.  This 62-year-old is also associated with Shankar Mahadevan Academy and has trained in Carnatic music for four years.

 

Dr Sharan Angadi 

A 66 doc from Bangalore, Dr Sharan Angadi is an agricultural scientist by profession. For him, music is a way to express himself.

His other interests are humour and popular science writing.

 

Bhaskar Walimbe 

Bhaskar retired from the Indian Forest Service.

At 63, besides his love for singing, his other Interests include sports, badminton, tennis, farming, travel.

He also loves listening to and watching theatre, movies, and music shows.

 

Ashok Kapoor 

Music is like a life partner who is always with Ashok.

 

Gaffar Shaikh 

Shaikh retired as Deputy Registrar from Bombay Veterinary College, Parel, Mumbai. Music makes him think about its relation to life. He is now learning to play the harmonium.

 

Natwarlal Kanani 

A 74-year young talented and enthusiastic singer from Mumbai and Natwarlal is passionate about music.

 

Dr Dilip Shah

Dr Shah is an Orthopaedic Surgeon associated with various hospitals. His joy and passion is music.

This 66-year young senior plays many instruments and also created this karaoke track.

 

Sarv Krishan Punj 

Sarv is an 82-year-old civil engineer from Delhi.

For him music is the “Shorthand of emotion”, a “language of the spirit”, a “soundtrack of life”, and it finds its way through secrets.

 

Ranjan Kulshreshtha 

A Chemical Engineer and entrepreneur from Kanpur, this 66-year-old sings for his own joy! What can possibly be better?

 

Dr M K Mukharjee

An ex-employee of Ultratech Cement from Noida, this 63-year-old doctor also plays the tabla.

His dream is to tour around the world with family and friends.

 

Tarlochan Tochi 

Tarlochan is from Amritsar and has won more than 500 awards from different organizations, the most prestigious being The Golden Medal in Religious singing.

He plays the harmonium and bongo.

Pandit Hemraj Ji (Music director from Mumbai) trained Tarlochan in music.

 

Hemchandra Raje 

Hemachandra hails from Mumbai. He loves singing and was enthusiastic to participate in this event.

 

 Ramavadhanulu Kannepalli 

A retired banker from Hyderabad, Ramji is passionate about music. It means everything to him. His other Interests are reading books and keeping fit.

 

Rajendra Kumar Sachdeva 

Rajendra is a 61-year young, retired gazetted officer from the Delhi High Court.

He is passionate about singing. He has a deep interest in clubs and social forums, where he can showcase his singing skills.

 

Renu Mathur 

Renu is an ex-banker from Jaipur. Music is her passion.

Listening to music and singing every day is important to her, as it gives her peace of mind and happiness. At 63, she enjoys playing the harmonium and has a MA degree in vocal music.

 

Rajeshwari Shah


A 74-year-old housewife from Mumbai, Rajeshwari is very passionate about music and equally fond of writing poetry. Music is her panacea to keep fit and healthy and gives her immense happiness. She also plays harmonium.

 

Panambur Ranjan Rao 

Panambur has been an advocate in Mangalore for the past 40 years. Singing is his hobby and passion, but he is also a quintessential philanthropist who believes in helping people in need.

 

Dr Gopal Bhargava

He is a postgraduate from the Grant Medical College, Mumbai and a senior medical consultant practising in Mumbai. For him, music is soul of life – it stirs the mind, body & soul. He plays the Hawaiian Guitar and the Keyboard.

 

Seethapathi Rao


He is a retired business professional who would run a mechanical workshop and hardware fabrication unit. Music is a form of relaxation and constructive hobby which keeps him positively charged through the day.

 

Ravindra Kulkarni

He lives in Pune. Music is as important for him as the air one breathes for a living.

 

Sanjay Kshirsagar

He is an electrical engineer and management graduate, worked with various MNCs at top positions. He is currently in the construction business.

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