As per latest reports, a cute little boy Akshat Singh astounded judges as well as viewers in the auditions round of the most popular reality show Britain's Got Talent with his terrific dancing skills on April 21.
The 13-year-old boy commenced his recital with the super hit song 'Deva Shree Ganesha' from Hindi film Agneepath after which Singh performed various fast-paced steps and 180 degree splits on singer Nicki Minaj's famous rap Starships.
On being questioned why he has taken part in the show, the teenager's response overwhelmed the reviewers (judges) Amanda Holden, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell.
Singh answered that he has two missions in life, “To make everyone happy and to show everyone that nothing is impossible in our life."
After the super hit performance by the boy, Cowell stated, "I was not expecting that... Absolutely love what you do because you are absolutely fun. You got a great personality. This is your moment."
"I wish I was a teen watching you on the stage. You would have made me feel that I could achieve absolutely anything," Walliams stated.
Singh's dance was also liked by the show's well known hosts Anthony McPartlin as well as Declan Donnelly.
Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly could not control their enthusiasm and ran to press the ‘Golden Key’ for the teen ahead of the judges could vote for the super duper hit performance.
As per reports, Singh turned out to be a popular sensation after his super hit dance performance on Bollywood star Salman Khan’s hit number on India's Got Talent turned viral all over the web.
A Sallu buff, he wrapped up the dance with a special message, "Fat people can dance."
He got a standing applause from Amanda Holden, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell. and the viewers.
"We asked someone to rock, and he rocked. Superb stuff, Akshat, our BGT Golden Buzzer 2019," read an Insta post by the co-hosts.
Akshat turned famous in the year 2014, when a video recording of his dance on a megastar Salman's song on "India's Got Talent" turned popular. Afterward, he got invitation by TV ace Ellen DeGeneres as a special guest on her talk show.
He also became part of Steve Harvey's Australian show "Little Big Shots" in the year 2017.