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Saturday, October 20, 2012 1:56:27 AM (IST)  

Doha: Reena of Oman, Orson of Kuwait Crowned GVOM-3 Winners

Doha: Reena of Oman, Orson of Kuwait Crowned GVOM-3 Winners

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Doha, Oct 20: After a lot of anxious moments and neck-and-neck contest between 12 Konkani singers of the Gulf region, meticulous judging in a fantastic gala finale held here on Friday October 19, Voice of Oman Reena D’Souza and Voice of Kuwait Orson Albert D’Souza were crowned the winners of Gulf Voice of Mangalore.

While Reena made her mark with her enchanting singing and exuberant presentation, Orson was a powerhouse as he dished out a stunning performances one after another. They proved their mettle in the most closely-contested finals of Gulf Voice of Mangalore and walked away with the glittering crown and cash awards.










































































Moreover, with them winning the greatest Konkani reality show of the Middle-East, the Konkani world has got two new singing sensations and shining stars. The contest was held amidst vociferous backing of Konkani music lovers from Qatar and those who flew to Doha specially for the finals from all the GCC countries.

While Voice of Qatar Preema Printo bagged the first runners-up for the second consecutive time in female category, voice of UAE Jeevan Voice was crowned first runners-up among the male contestants. Voice of UAE Sabita Mathias and voice of Oman Morvin Quadros bagged the second runners-up in the respective categories.

Earlier, the programme began with the introduction on Gulf Voice of Mangalore by Alfred Crasta after the playing of the anthem Mangalore Cultural Association (MCA), the hosts for the Gulf Voice of Mangalore-3. The much awaited finals were formally inaugurated with the lighting of the traditional lamp by MCA president Harry Lobo, vice-president Jason Quadros and advisory committee members Joachim D’Souza, Jerry Pinto, Felix Lobo and Wilfred Fernandes. MCA president Harry Lobo then extended a formal welcome to the GVOM-3 finals and offered an auspicious opening to the event. It was then the turn of Sana Britto and her troupe to delight the gathering with a scintillating dance.

It was at this point that Konkani’s number one compere Leslie Rego took over the reins of the finals of Gulf Voice of Mangalore-3 for the third consecutive time. Leslie has played an important role in envisaging Gulf Voice of Mangalore from the beginning and his power-packed compering made even delightful with his excellent control over the language and the audience has also played a significant role in popularizing this greatest Konkani reality show of the Middle-east. Right from the beginning Leslie meant business and without wasting much time invited founders Louis Rodrigues and Lawrence Pinto, contestants, heads of the local coordinating organizations and GVOM core committee to the dais with the grand march. The jury members of Joel Pereira, Fr Denis D’Sa, Henry D’Souza and Meena Rebimbus were then introduced to the gathering and main sponsor of the evening Ronald Colaco presented them with the marksheet.

Finally the moment had arrived and Voice of Bahrain Teena D’Souza began the proceedings with the ‘Noxiba’ composed by Melwyn Peris and originally sung by Anita Samson. It was the perfect beginning for the historic event which has been the talk of entire Konkani world for the last four years eversince it was first introduced in Kuwait in the year 2008 by Louis Rodrigues and Lawrence Pinto. Shalet D’Silva, the finalist from Saudi Arabia was second on the stage and her choice of song was ‘Modianecho Tallo’, one of the memorable compositions of the late Konkann Kogull Wilfy Rebimbus. The song was first time heard in well-known Konkani play ‘Tisri Cheet’ in the melodious voice of Konkann Myna Meena Rebimbus.

Preema Pinto nee Menezes isn’t new to Gulf Voice of Mangalore. The immensely talented singer who hails from the talented music family was the first runners-up at the second edition of Gulf Voice of Mangalore held in UAE in 2010. Perhaps missing the crown by a whisker had motivated her to put in extra efforts and come back with bang. It was very much evident as she presented ‘Gaitelim Gaitelim’, one of the acclaimed compositions of legendary Wilfy Rebimbus. Backed by vociferous host audience Preema dished out a superlative performance that was approved with a thunderous applause. P H Pinto’s composition ‘Jai Bharata’ by Sabita Mathias, the voice of UAE was one of the best performances of the evening. The song ‘Jai Bharata’ has been hailed as a novelty yet people of this generation have hardly heard this magnum opus of Konkani music. But Sabita’s choice of this song came in praise from all including the august jury.

Lavina D’Souza who has already made name as a versatile singer had topped Kuwait semi-finals in a nail-biting contest with a stupendous performance. She was again at her best while presenting ‘Pinjreantlem Suknnem’, composed by Claud D’Souza. Reena D’Souza, the voice of Oman was the last among the female finalists presenting the song of her choice ‘’Harshem Kedna’ composed by Elyer (Llyod Rego) Taccode. The romantic number was presented with superb emotions and skills giving ample to think to the jury when they choose the three best female voices of the evening for the next round.

Advent of Remy D’Souza, the voice of Qatar was eagerly-awaited by the host audience who had come in large numbers to cheer their favourite contestant.  He as usual did not disappoint any. His voice has a magical touch that enchants the audience to the maximum. His presentation of ‘Mandd Sobhann’s’ memorable number ‘Kallza Gaaz’ sung originally by Prakash D’Souza was greeted with thunderous applause that had echoed within the majestic Giwana Hall of Hotel Radission Blu for few minutes. Remy was followed on stage by Orson Albert D’Souza, the powerhouse of Kuwait with Tony Bejai’s recent number ‘Angelina’ again sung by Prakash D’Souza. It was perhaps the best performance of the evening, at least for the audience. It took compere Leslie Rego’s extraordinary skills to bring the Giwana Hall back in order as the audience went berserk with applause. With this performance Orson enhanced his chances of making to the next round.

‘Mojha Kudintlea Xirani’ is one of the best numbers ever composed on mother and her love in Konkani and it is not surprising that only the late Wilfy Rebimbus could compose such emotional numbers. Voice of UAE Jeevan Vas not only did complete justice to the composition but also came in special praise from the judges for special variations that brought in. It is as if Konkani singing contests are incomplete without the rendition of ‘Ganv go Chedwa Mujho Gaanv’, a masterpiece by Mandd Sobhann. One or the other contestant comes up with this song which shows the popularity of this enchanting number and Saudi Arabia’s Konkani Melody King Roshan proved that he had chosen a right song for a contest of this magnitude.

Morvin Quadros, the finalist from Oman is the youngest among all the finalists but his presentation of Elyer Taccode’s ‘Kedna Tujho’ had all the ingredients of an experienced singer. The heartthrob of Muscat had blessing of the audience as his performance received loudest possible applause. Last among the male finalists Sydney Correa from Bahrain is an ardent fan of the late Wilfy Rebimbus and he presented Konkann Kogull’s acclaimed composition ‘Mai Bhaxe Mojha’ amidst the thunderous applause of the weekend audience.

It was an awesome first round wherein 12 finalists came up with absolutely stunning performances leaving jury members a hard task at hand in choosing the 3 best voices in each category. But the jury was equally up to the task. Meena Rebimbus, Henry D’Souza, Joel Pereira and Fr Denis D’Sa are stalwarts of music and meticulously judged each of the contestants and finally chose the best 6. While Preema Pinto from Qatar, Sabita Mathias from UAE and Reena D’Souza from Oman made to the Top-3 in the female category, Orson D’Souza fdrom Kuwait, Jeevan Vas from UAE and Morvin Quadros from Oman walked into the final round.

The next challenge for the Top-6 was singing a song of jury’s choice without support of background music. Living up their billing as the Top-6 voices of Gulf countries, the finalists again came up with sterling performances knowing well that even a minute error won’t go unnoticed in the eyes of experienced judges and that the marks earned at this round would be counted in crowning the best.

The last round of the Gulf Voice of Mangalore-3 then commenced wherein all the finalists were given a common song to sing. While ‘Chilipili Suknneano’, a composition of the late Wilfy Rebimbus was given to the female finalists, the male contestants had to render ‘Manglur Devalla’, a beautiful composition of Konkani’s showman the late Mick Max.  The final round was as exuberating and mesmerizing as it could be with the contestants giving their best at the last chance they had to impress the jury in order to be crowned as the best voice at the Gulf Voice of Mangalore-3.

Cornel, Mangalore’s latest dancing sensation along with his ‘Dance India Dance’ and ‘Jhalak Dik Laa Jha’ co-dancers Elton Mascarenhas, Sonali and Sneha entertained the audience with scintillating dances to the tunes of popular Konkani and Hindi numbers. They were the star attraction of the evening and these elegant dancers left the gathering stunned with their exhilarating performances and showed as to why they are considered among the best dancers of India.

A short stage programme was held after the completion was over. Indian Ambassador to Qatar Sanjeev Arora was the chief guest for the stage programme while main sponsor of the event Ronald Colaco and his wife Jean Colaco, Walter Nandalike, the Editor-in-chief of Daijiworld, Rudolf D’Souza, the representative of Property Infratech, Mangalore, the co-sponsors of the event GVOM-3 coordinator Veena Pais and MCA president Harry Lobo were also present on the dais.

Sanjeev Arora in his address hailed the efforts of MCA in hosting such a grand event and also praised the Konkani-speaking community for their vibrant presence in Qatar. Addressing the audience after releasing the Gulf Voice of Mangalore souvenir Ronald Colaco declared that the third season of Gulf Voice of Mangalore as the best one ever and said that the MCA has raised the bar for the next organizers. Coordinators of GVOM-3 from each of the participating country too were felicitated on the occasion. Jean Colaco felicitated Arun Palimar from KSA, Roshan D’Silva from UAE, Richard Moras from Bahrain, Stany Fernandes from Oman, Wilson Saldanha from Kuwait while Walter Nandalike felicitated all the 12 finalists. Later addressing the gathering Walter said that Gulf Voice of Mangalore has not only brought out the hidden talents but has also united all the Konkani-speaking people of GCC countries.

Musicians Joswin Pinto, Theo Alvares, Richard Monteiro, Melwyn Fernandes, Azhar and Asghar and .dancers Cornel, Elton, Sneha and Sonali too were felicitated along with the members of the jury Joel Pereira, Fr Denis D’Sa, Henry D’Souza and Meena Rebimbus. Noted Konkani artist Eddie Sequeira too was honoured on the occasion for his contribution to Konkani at large and MCA in particular. Fr Denis D’Sa addressed the gathering on behalf of the jury before GVOM-3 main coordinator Veena Pais shared her experience.

Before the results were finally announced Sangeet Samrat Henry D’Souza and Fr Denis D’Sa entertained the gathering with the immortal Konkani number ‘Ami Dogi Sezara’ that had the audience storming to the dance floor and asking for more.

After the three successful seasons of Gulf Voice of Mangalore in Kuwait, UAE and Qatar, the show now moves on to Sultanate Oman with Oman’s premier Konkani organization MCCP has taken over the baton from MCA Qatar. MCCP representative was symbolically handed over the responsibility of hosting the season four of Gulf Voice of Mangalore.

Mable Fernandes compered the stage programme and MCA member Arthur Pais proposed the vote of thanks.



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Comments on this article
Gration D' Souza, Kulshekar / Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Reena, you brought the joy to us..,

Nischal Ferrao, Belman / Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Reena & Orson. Best of luck for future. God Bless you.

Henry Martis, Pangla/Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Good News. Congrats Mrs.Reena

Nimmy Goveas, Mangalore / Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Reena for bringing the first Cup to Oman. You were Superb on stage, enjoyed each moment of your singing! Congratulations Morvine, You have given your best, we enjoyed your singing too! Understanding your ability I say "this time its Runner up and next time it will certainly be A WINNNING TROPHY!!!!

THERESA LOBO, Mukamar-Sharjah
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to all the winners. Small or big prize one has to get the top winning. Well done. All the singers sang very well. Well talented singers with lovely voice. Good coverage of Daijiworld. I am sure everyone enjoyed the show who were thre personally. All smiling faces with excitment. God bless each and every one of you. Good luck and all the best to all the participants for their future.

Sr. Pavitha, Arva/Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Orson,
Heartiest congratualtions to you!!!You have made all Mangloreans in Kuwait proud. May God bless you.
Sr. Pavitha
Carmel School, Kuwait.

CLARENCE PINTO, KAIKAMBA
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Morvine and Reena, first and foremost congratulations on this great acheivement. You have made us, the Konkani speaking people of Muscat, proud by securing the GVOM trophies for us. May God bless you both.

Donald & Eula pinto, Mangalore/Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Reena & Morvine,

Congratulations to you both you were awesome, you made MCCP and Oman Proud.we salutes you both on your great success.

Donald & Eula

Suraj & Savitha Rebello, Bejai - Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Morvine,
You are a star my friend, you were fantastic on stage, I am sure you are fan base has increased with that electrifying Performance, we are proud of you, you were superb, It was wonderful watching you'll Live , Keep Rocking.

LOUIS RODRIGUES, HOSABETTU-MUMBAI
Saturday, October 20, 2012

wish you all the best to Daijiworld such a wonder event you are orginising, request you for Mangalorean- Goa people you make same competetion Mumbai also

FR FELIX MONTEIRO, BADYAR, MANGALORE
Saturday, October 20, 2012

DEAR CHAMPIONS REENA AND ORSON, HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU FOR CROWNING 'GYOM-3 WINNERS'. WISH YOU A BRIGHT FUTURE IN THE ART OF SINGING. THANKS TO GREAT MUSICIANS AND JUDGES IN THE PERSONS OF FR DENIS D'SA, MR JOEL PEREIRA, KONKAN MAINA MEENA AND OTHERS. LONG LIVE KONKANNI. THANKS TO DAIJI FRIENDS FOR YOUR COVERAGE.

Kumar Fernandes, Mudarangadi/Dubai
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to the winners. Super Show, Hats off Daiji for providing Live telecast. Hats-off to the jury for fair judgment as all the areas of the performance are considered carefully. Good Job

HENRY MISQUITH, M'lore/Bahrain
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to Orson and Reena on winning the title of GVOM-3.

DONY LOBO, MILAGRES, DOHA, QATAR
Saturday, October 20, 2012

As I am recuperating from a major surgery that needs maximum bed rest....my only choice to see this programme was through the telecast which was excellant ...and watching the twelve singers performing was an absolute delight. Special CONGRATULATIONS TO THE AWESOME ELVIS PRESELY of Konkany ORSON from Kuwait and REENA from Muscat. They truly deserved the crowns and hope to see them for long gracing the konkany musical scene.

The judgement was in my personal opinion absolutely fair and sound.

Telecast was excellant except that in the initial stages inspite of putting maximum volume, the sound output was very low.

The great compere perhaps could have avoided repetitions of many sentenses often duriing the entire event and also some speeches could have been easily avoided.

Congrats to the orgnisers and all those who worked behind this great event.

Thomas Pinto, Ferar/Ganjimutt-Oman
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to both the Winners... Keep Rocking..

Glades Noronha, Mumbai/Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to the winners Orsen!! & Reena!! and both the runners up! and all the participants as well for all of you have given your best and we enjoyed your singing and truely proud of you all!. Well done orgenisers for such a beautiful reality show. Thank you daiji world for the live vedeo We truely enjoyed the show to the end.God bless all of you!

Suraj & Savitha Rebello, Bejai - Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Reena,
Congratulations, it was treat watching a different Reena on stage, you were superb, no doubt the gulf Kogul was born. Congrats to Mahesh too for being that great support to you. Also kudos to Apoliab and MCCP, Reena It was wonderful watching you'll Live , Thanks to Daiji too. You were a live fire on stage. Very Happy for you. Keep Rocking.

Gladys Lorena, Mangalore / Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congrats Orson..... This is third time Kuwait has won GVOM crown. Well done. U made all Mangaloreans in Kuwait proud. Wish u all the best in future.

Jossy Theodore, Mangalore
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Hearty Congratulations to the winners and all the Participants. May God bless your efforts.

Denzil Fernandes, Mangalore
Saturday, October 20, 2012

ALL IS WELL THAT ENDS WELL. CONGRATS TO REENA & ORSON. ALSO, Congrats to one and all who made the GVOM at Doha a grand success. From what I saw it looked like a well organised show. With Joel as the lead judge, Lesly as the compere and Veena as the coordinator of the Doha event it must have been pretty easy.
Now, the future organisers must think of bringing in a bit of novelty and variety to make it far more thrilling and exciting. After 3 years, one knows generally what to expect from the singers now at the GVOM. Give it a twist and make the audience excited. Someone should even think of getting this event shown on national television as a realty show with a bit of improvisation and changes for tv audience. Then you can say that our konkani has gone places !

valentina rodrigues,stephen rodrigues and fly, c hickmagalur-byndoor
Saturday, October 20, 2012

dear reena
congrats reena you have come out with flying colours.sarah and rachel have passed their congrats and wishes to you.

Alwyn D Souza, Mangalore/Bangalore
Saturday, October 20, 2012

To You Both the winners- Heartiest congratulations, and Reena once again Cheers and keep it up!!!! this is wonderful achievement.
lots of love from Bangalore.....

Basil Mascarenhas, Bejai/Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Very nice event, beautifully organised. Wanted to travel and enjoy the show but could not. Thanks Daiji for the nice coverage enjoyed from home. Congratulations to all the participating singers, organisers and honorable judges. Jokes were bit inappropriate in the function.
Wish to attend and watch the next event live in Muscat if MCCP allows non-members do not mind buying tickets

Sudhi Lolita Fronteiro, Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to Reena and Orsan. you guys no doubt nailed it... God bless you both

Reena it was great to watch you after a long time....

Orsan ...Kuwait's pride and joy...u did it for Kuwait...a hatrick that we have been waiting for....you truly deserved it for all your hardwork...

valentina rodrigues,stephen rodrigues and fly, c hickmagalur-byndoor
Saturday, October 20, 2012

dear reena
congrats reena you have come out with flying colours.sarah and rachel have passed their congrats and wishes to you.

LOVELINE REGO, KULSHEKAR/MUSCAT
Saturday, October 20, 2012

WOOOOWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reena you have made us proud.... Congrats to you and you really deserved this....We are really very very proud of u....

Morvine.... Boy you were very good too... We were thinking it would be a double delight for Oman, but simply it was not your day... no probs,, we all are proud of you that you have made it till this top Finale and made it to the final round....

So next time you make us proud in Oman ..... God bless you...

come on Reena and Morvine... we are waiting to meet you in Oman......

J. G. Urwa, Mangalore / Doha-Qatar
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to the winners. Best wishes to all the participants and the achivements of our M C A.

Gregory Quadros, Vamanjoor/Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Morvine, You really tried your best but it was simply not your day. But you were awesome!!!Better next year. Congrats Reena, you were great, sensational, fabulous and made us proud. May God bless you

Vinay Lewis, Uppoor
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to all the Winners of Gulf Voice Of Mangalore. Indeed its a great achievement made by you people. Orson you have done Kuwait proud. My prediction came out right. Hearty congratulations to Morvine, you made our Udupi Diocese proud. At least someone from our locality has made some achievement. Hats off to you.

Hearty wishes to all the winners.

Manoj D'Silva, Bangalore/Melbourne
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to all the participants! Congratulations to the organisers for putting up a fantastic show. Special ThankYou to Daijiworld for streaming it LIVE. The quality of the stream was excellent and I watched the entire show Down Under. Cheers!

Nora D'Silva, M'lore
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Osron..Great performance..Proud of you..all of us Watched the show in Dubai. Thanks to Daiji..

Hilary, Rose and Michael, udyavar
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to the winners!!! It was a great show and well organised. My best wishes to MCA for their hard work and dedication to keep up our culture through these shows.
Morvine , today you rocked the stage...!!!!
very good performance!!!! Appreciated.....
But Today was not your day......... Better luck next time..!!!!

Vincent Shallet DeSouza, Mudaranagdi/Jeddah
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Dear D'Souza's Orson&Reena!Proud of you Both!Finally You Both Rocked the Stage!
Also Good Wishes to All our Dear Participants.

Anita, Kinnigoli
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congrats Preema! Well done, your voice is amazing.

Jossie Mascarenhas, Bajpe / Dubai
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to the winners. The judgment was clinical. When such highly qualified music personalities viz., Fr Denis D’Sa & Joel Pereira were there, there was no room for error and it showed.

The ution of the entire show was highly commendable. One cannot help but mention about Mable Fernandes – the clarity in her voice, the ease in which she presented the stage programme was really superb.

Over to Oman. MCCP must do better than this. There are highly enthusiastic and able Konkan Mogis in there. All the best.

L, Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson & Reena

Charles D'Mello, Pangala
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations winners. All went well. Well organized competition.

sunita, kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

congrats to both.. cheers

Enica D'souza, Mlore/Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Reena and Orson D'souza :) You sure made all of them proud. Wonderful judgement and yes It's a Hattrick for Kuwait.

Mervin D'souza, Belman / Abudhabi
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congrats to Orson and Reena, truly deserved winners. Special mention about Orson, he set the stage on fire with fantastic singing and performance. Wish you all the very best and looking forward to see u on stage for a long time to come..

kcwa kuwait, kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson !
You made us all proud.
Wishing you a bright future.

Managing Committee & Members,
Kuwait Canara Welfare Association (KCWA)

ALPHONS RODRIGUES, UJIRE ISRAEL
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Well done, you deserved the success. Congratulations! There's your reward for all the hardwork you put in! Enjoy every bit of it!ess. Congratulations to you

cyril pinto, dubai
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congrats to Reena and Orson....

Zeena, Bendur, Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Reena and Orson...:)
Congrats to u ll both... Your hardwork paid off...:)
Congrats to all other participants too for ur efforts...:)

Valerian & Elsie Noronha, Mangalore/Dubai
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations to the winners and I & II runners up.
Congratulations to MCA Doha and to you Daijiworld for your uninterrupted live telecast, we enjoyed watching same.

Michael & Lavina Passanha, Manipal / Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Reena,
Congrats!!!!! Keep it up. You have made us all proud and we are proud of you. We watched the entire show with our fingers crossed and we knew you would make it and you made it. It was simply superb. Good stage performance too!!!!!!! Well done. God Bless you.

Lancy D souza, bondel/kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Orson,
congratulation to u ,You have made us (Kuwait -Mangaloreans ) very Proud. this is the 3rd time , Kuwait has won the GULF VOICE OF MANGALORE Crown.

Alwyn D'Almeida & Fly, Valencia/Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congrats Orson. U made us all very proud. Truely deserving.

Praveen Castelino, Nakre - Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations orson .............

Maria Mathias, Mangalore
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson. We were confident you would make it.
God bless you .
Karol & Maria

Wilfred D'souza, Kulshekar/Saudi-arabia
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations,
Dear Orson and Reena.
Wish you all the best.

Trevor, Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson..........Your hard efforts have borne fruit! You deserve it. You have made Kuwait Proud

Prescilla Menezes / Philip, Boliyar-Mangalore / Oman
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Morvine, it was just not your day today. You were the best bet! and though you were very good...! it was just not your day. Congrats though...! you have made Oman Proud. You win in Oman amidst us, that will bring greater glory!

Wilfred D'souza, Kulshekar/Saudi-arabia
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations,
Dear Orson and Reena,
Also Best of luck to the entire team of Gulf Voice Of Mangalore.

Browny - Kuwait, Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson and Reena. I would like to congratulate Sobitha too. I found her one of the best singer. But, unfortunately she lost the crown.

Jaison, Reema & Reanne Lasrado, Mangalore, Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson! You deserve the crown for all your determination and hard work! You made us proud as well. Looking forward to your return back to Kuwait. Enjoy this wonderful
moment !!!

Jossie Pinto, Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson.....U did it man!....U truely made us proud.....Chhhheeeeeeers :)

Prescilla Menezes / Philip, Boliyar-Mangalore / Oman
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Great Reena, you did it!... I knew what you were going through during these days...! but always the simplicity and humility without harping much but only work hard aiming the goal will reep the sweet fruits of success. You rocked the show with your performance,! and it paid off. Apoliab great mentoring! You have lived your dream, your parents dream and Mahesh lanston's Dreams. God bless you, may you achieve greater heights, but be the same person as you are...! Mamma has said congrats, so also Philip.

Mariete & Ashley Fernandes, Kundapura-Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Morvine,

Our Congratulations to you on being the 2nd Runner-up. Indeed it's a great achievement. Well done. God bless.

Mariete & Ashley Fernandes

Mahesh Prabhu, Bajpe / Bahrain
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Mabrook Orson ... the original "Mushakkal Rubber Band" in Khaitan is on fire :) Bravo ... you made it top of it all, you deserve this crown!!!

Clara & Joseph, Kuwait, Bombay
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Orson, we loved your singing. You were fabulous...God bless you.

Lancy Henry Moras, Bendur - Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congrats to Reena and Orson. God gave both of u deserved the best.


Long live our awesome mother tongue Konkani music.

Rinna D' Souza, Salmiya/Kuwait
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Orson & Reena D'SOUZA

Congrats for winning crown of GVOM 3

Loads of Best Wishes

Fhilu Moras, Falnir/Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratsssssssss.....Reena.............................keep it up..............good show...........

Clara & Joseph, Kuwait, Bombay
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Congratulations Reenu.... you made us proud....we watched every bit of the programe and loved your singing. God Bless you. We need party.

Mariete & Ashley Fernandes, Kundapura-Muscat
Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dear Reena,

Heartiest Congratulations to you. We knew would do it and you proved us right. You have made us proud and we are proud of you. Mahesh, Congratulations! May God bless you both.

Mariete and Ashley Fernandes

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