Aditya Narayan speaks on Indian Idol 12’s criticism; Feels IPL ended that’s why people are venting anger

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Aditya Narayan speaks on Indian Idol 12’s criticism; Feels IPL ended that’s why people are venting anger
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The reality singing show Indian Idol season 12 has been badly criticized by the audience. The judges Neha Kakkar, Himesh Reshammiya, Vishal Dadlani, and contestants are being trolled by the fans for not doing justice to the legacy of legendary singer Kishore Kumar in a special episode that aired recently. The late and veteran singer’s son Amit Kumar had appeared on the show. And now finally, host Aditya Narayan has decided to speak on the controversy around the show. 

He said that people vented their anger at the show, the judges, and the participants because IPL (Indian Premier League) has been suspended. In an interview with Bollywood Spy, the singer said, “Mother and father have taken over the TV remotes and the younger generation is unhappy because IPL has ended. I feel this void too. Even I made cricket teams on my phone. From last year, we are watching everything that is coming on TV as we have so much time.”   

Reacting to Amit Kumar’s comment, he said that he is a senior member of the fraternity and has appeared on the show more than once. “He could have told the makers if something was bothering him. We are putting in our best effort with limited resources. Due to the pandemic, we have been shooting in Daman with limited rehearsals,” he added.

To note, the controversy started after the legendary singer’s son said that he was asked to praise the contestant but he did not enjoy it at all. The fans were also very upset from the presentation and said that the judges, contestants had ruined the legendary singer’s songs.

Also Read: Aditya Nayaran all set to host Indian Idol 12 after recovering from COVID 19; To be joined by a new judge

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Comments
Anonymous : I do not understand how many peoples views is he going to change. The whole Indian idol premise is to garner TRPs at the expense of talent. It is more of a soap rather than a reality show. All the judges and the host are there to make money playing with people's emotions. The public are not fools and sooner or later the show will stop.
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Anonymous : Possible
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Anonymous : This guy is so full of himself and totally different from his humble father. Don’t like him after the tamasha he did with the employees at Raipur airport.
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Anonymous : I can’t stand this guy.
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