DHROON TICKOO

Spring Dale’s singing sensation returns to normal life
School affords warm welcome to him
 
After months of fame on TV, its back to school, normal life and daily routine for Master Dhroon Tickoo, Amritsar’s boy with a mesmerizing voice, who charmed the audiences all over India with his melodious voice, in the Saregamapa Little Champs 2017, aired on Zee TV, after the conclusion of the show.
 
The singing sensation from Spring Dale Senior School was seen sporting the school uniform and carrying his school bag like his other counterparts on his way to the class. A hero for his classmates and friends now, Master Tickoo was afforded a warm welcome by the school management, his teachers and classmates.
 
“Participating in Saregamapa Little Champs 2017 has been like a rebirth for me. Nine months ago, no one knew me. I was just a regular face among the crowd. Today when I returned to school, I was treated like a celebrity,” said a beaming Master Tickoo. Stating that the tough competition that he faced in Saregamapa Little Champs 2017, has whetted his appetite for challenges, the most daunting one after the show being his studies.
 
“While it was fun being on TV for nine months, I actually missed going to school and gelling with my classmates. Now I have to focus on academics too. I have a lot of catching up to do as far as my studies are concerned. And with exams drawing nigh, it would require a lot of hard work, but I am all set to undertake any challenge in this regard,” he said.
 
Terming legendary Punjabi singer Gurdas Mann, as his inspiration, Master Tickoo said that he loved listening to the songs of legendary Bollywood singer Kishore Kumar too. “Both of them possessed a ‘never say die’ spirit and worked hard to make a name for themselves in the music industry. I have imbibed the same spirit from them and urge my friends too to never give up in life and take every moment positively,” Master Tickoo maintained.
 
Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said that the school was proud to have Master Dhroon Tickoo back as its regular student. “He is an inspiration for all our students and has done the institution proud with his musical achievements,” he said.
 
Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, President, Spring Dale Educational Society, said that the school was proud of Master Tickoo’s achievement. “We pray for the success of all his future academic and musical endeavours,” they said.
 
Spring Dale Senior School