Sony TV’s Indian Idol 12 longtime reality show singer has been a bit of a soup lately. Faced with allegations of being “too dramatic,” the makers are trying all the tricks in the books to return the lost charm. Sonu Nigam has been one of the show’s first judges, and has something to say about “praising fake competitors” and others.
It all started with the son of legendary singer Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar in an interview, revealing how he was asked to praise his competitors. Sonu, in his last conversation, has always talked about how to praise his competitors.
It also logically explains why it’s not good for the careers of these singers and future singers. Speaking to ETimes, Sonu Nigam said: “As a judge, we are here to teach competitors something. We should give honest feedback to the participants. Always praising will be useless. Humesha wah wah karoge toh kaise hoga (how it will work if you always praise it )? We are not here to ruin these children. Even the competitors will not understand when they have acted and how not to, if we continue to praise them. “
“It’s very natural to make mistakes on stage. You can’t make everything perfect. There are thoda bugs toh bhi chalega (Wrong though there are some bugs). These mistakes make the show interesting. Some competitors are highly talented; some work hard and learn. Some get it right away while some of that success then shines through, ”added Sonu Nigam.
Sonu Nigam reveals why he doesn’t choose to be a part of many reality shows. He said, “You won’t see me on every other show. There are a few reasons why they say yes to a few shows. This is not because I am old school. But I’m in the right school. I’ve come to see my seniors practicing for hours, offering their lives as musicians, practicing their skills. And I learned from them. ”
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