India’s Best Dramebaaz 2 Winner Swasti Nitya Wins IBD 2016 Grand Finale 6 March 2016 with Kapil Sharma

India’s Best Dramebaaz 2 Winner Swasti Nitya Wins IBD 2016 Grand Finale 6 March 2016 with Kapil Sharma :- The result of India’s Best Dramebaz season 2 which is ZEE TV’s popular kids talent reality show is finally declared and Swasti Nitya from Bhagalpur has been announced as the winner as she was being awarded with the IBD 2016 Trophy by the three judges which were Sonali Bendre, Vivek Oberoi and Sajid Khan as well.


Swasti Nitya Wiki Profile

Swasti Nitya is a 11 years old girl from Bhagalpur Bihar who lives in a joint family, with her father who has an real estate business , mother who is a homemaker, younger brother,grandparents , uncles and aunts , hero her dog and suhasa her parrot. She has been acting in plays like Shakuntala and Ramayan from the age of 4 years old.

Name – Swasti Nitya (IBD 2016 Winner)

Hometown – Bhagalpur, Bihar

Age – 11 Years

Top 6 finalists Of India’s Best Dramebaaz Season 2 are :

1. Jaskaran Narula

2. Kartikey Malviya

3. Parth Mehta

4. Swasti Nitya (Winner)

5. Tamanna Dipak

6. Vansh Maheshwari

Winner of IBD 2016 is Swasti Nitya

India’s Best Dramebaaz 2 is an talent-search Indian reality television show on Zee TV which has children between the ages of 5–12 years as the participants.[2] The show is produced by the Essel Productions. The show is hosted by television actors Rithvik Dhanjani and Ravi Dubey. Bollywood actors Vivek Oberoi, Sonali Bendre and film director Sajid Khan are the judges of the show.


Comedy king Kapil Sharma also came on IBD 2016 Grand Finale as a special guest and he also admired the special talents of all the 6 finalists as he asked their parents in a funny manner to tell the recipe of giving birth to such talented kids.

Keep checking for more updates on India’s Best Dramebaaz season 2

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