HIS Britain’s Got Talent journey may be over, but Aneeshwar Kunchala is not giving up just yet.

In fact, this is only the start for the seven-year-old according to his dad Anil Kunchala.

And he will continue to follow his dreams of meeting David Attenborough.

Aneeshwar performed in the Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) semi-final on Friday, June 3, where he made it through to the final, which was just two days later on Sunday, June 5.

This meant he had just one day – in between various rehearsals – to write and memorise his poem.

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In Sunday’s final the St Philip CE Westbrook Primary School pupil put on a powerful performance where he read out a poem while a series of images and videos played behind him in a similar style to Sir David Attenborough’s documentaries.

And although Aneeshwar didn’t win the talent show, he still feels like a winner as he was able to perform on television three times – spreading his message about saving the planet each time.

Speaking to the Warrington Guardian, Anil, who is from Westbrook said: “The main thing he wanted to do is convey the message to people around the world about saving the animals and protecting the planet.

“He feels like he has achieved what he went there to do.

“If he hadn’t had made it through to the final then he wouldn’t have had a third chance to spread the message.”

Aneeshwar said: “Thank you so much for voting for me. And all I am happy about is that I sent my message in BGT three times.

“I am really proud of the work I have done so far.

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“Please save the animals and make sure the earth looks beautiful.”

Aneeshwar even told his parents that the BGT stage was his ‘happy place’.

Before his final performance, Anil said Aneeshwar was relatively calm and was singing backstage. He said that when the youngster saw the crowd cheering he became a bit ‘stunned’, but once he started performing he was fine.

Besides the experience and being able to spread his important message, a highlight of Aneeshwar’s BGT journey was the friends he made.

“It was really nice to see the children reaching the semi-finals and then finals and just having fun,” Anil added.

“The best way I could describe it is that they are having fun and make friends – rather than it being like a competition.

“As a parent I feel really happy with how the young people were supporting and complimenting each other at such a big stage in the competition.”

Aneeshwar’s family, including his mum Sneha, were at the finals to support him. His whole family, in the UK and India, are proud of what he achieved during his time on the show.

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Now the show has come to an end, Aneeshwar says he will continue raising awareness through his paintings, poems and documentaries.

He has also told his mum and dad that he is going to give BGT another go in four or five years – coming back ‘stronger’ and in a different way but conveying the same message.

“He is definitely not giving up,” said Anil.

In terms of Aneeshwar’s future, his dream is to meet Sir David Attenborough and to perform at the Royal Variety Show where he will be able to share his message to a bigger audience.

The Kunchala family want to thank everyone for the support they have shown Aneeshwar throughout his time on BGT.

“This is just the start of what Aneeshwar is doing, and we will support him in whatever he wants to do,” Anil said.

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