Indian Idol, one of the most-talked about singing reality shows, has returned with its 13th season and will air soon on Sony Entertainment Television. Fans loved the last season, and it was a big hit. The audience is eagerly waiting for the weekend now.
The makers of the show have released the promo of Indian Idol 13 which received a lot of criticism on the internet. The promo on Sony TV’s official Instagram account shows a family doing its daily job: a mother is cooking, a father is working while the children are playing. Mohali Thakur’s “Moh Moh Ke Dhaage” plays in the background suddenly, attracting everyone’s attention. Everyone sits and enjoys the show together.”
They captioned the post:” Fir se saath aane ka bahana hai, qki ab mausam musicana hai! Indian Idol 13 is coming soon.”
However, the impact of the promo was not actually what was expected. Instead, it ended up getting heavily trolled by the audience. One user wrote: “Nautankiyon ki Dukan returns” while the other called the show scripted and fake. A user laughed saying: “Audition Khatam Nahi Hua par shoot Pehle hi Kar Chuka.” Another user said: “Ye saare fake hain Dikhava karna nahi chhodenge.”
Earlier, the son of legendary singer Kishore Kumar was invited in the previous season. He also stated that he was told to appreciate the contestants.
Singer Neha Kakkar who judges the show also shared the promo clip supporting participants for Delhi auditions.
The show received strong criticism, as numerous scandals occurred in Indian Idol 12 after the show ended. It is believed that the love angle between show’s winner Pawandeep and Arunita was all cooked up. Another was Sayali Kamble who was portrayed as a contestant from a poor family. However, when an old video of Sayali singing with Marathi artist Suresh Wadkar was shared on the internet, the audience was quick to lask out at the makers.
Let’s see what happens in this season.
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