Sony TV’s music show judge Neha Kakkar is very much talked about in the music industry and her fan following on social media is strong.
On YouTube, Neha is still in the heart of the audience with her independent music. Recently, given her popularity on the digital platform, she was invited by Indian digital icon ‘Prajakta Koli’ to guest YouTube original show Pretty Fit.
In this show of You Tube, stars will be seen sharing their fitness routine. The stars will share with their audience what they do to stay fit. The new season of Prajakta Koli’s show started with Neha Kakkar.
Which first appeared as a guest in Episode. Encouraged by the show’s unique concept, Neha Kakkar appeared in this talk show testing her physical strength.
Neha Kakkar was seen sharing her success story on this platform, which made this episode even more interesting. Neha became very emotional, stating that she started performing in Jagratte when she was only four years old.
Neha also said that “When I was eliminated after making my place in the Top 8 in Indian Idol, I broke down completely and started crying.” I felt that this was the end of my career. The song I sang before my elimination was recently sung by a contestant on the same show in which I am now the judge of the show. This thing immediately hit me and made me realize how far I have come. “
Neha had to prepare lassi to perform her fitness task on the show. Since she never made anything, making it was a big challenge for her, but Neha did not care. She first befriended the buffalo, made its milk out of curd and then churned it to make lassi.
Talking about the highlight of the show, Neha Kakkar said that “It was very fun and I am going home to learn a different way of how to keep myself fit.” “
This whole experience of making lassi and adopting the old ways of staying fit was a very good experience. I have cervical spondylitis so this was a very difficult challenge for me. I have never prepared anything before, this is the first time I have tried to make and prepare something with my own hands. “