| | "One can't fake it on talent-based shows," says Sonu Nigam
"One can't fake it on talent-based shows," says Sonu Nigam
Singer Sonu Nigam, who is returning to the small screen as a judge with "Indian Idol" season nine, believes that one can't fake it on talent-based shows. There are many people who feel there is nothing 'real' on reality shows. Let us see what Sonu has to say about that.
In a statement, Sonu said, "Those are the gimmicky reality shows, where yelling and shouting makes you popular. One can't fake it on talent based shows as your skills are for everyone to see."
The ninth edition of the singing reality TV show brings back Anu Malik, Sonu and Farah Khan as judges. Sonu says it's a nostalgic moment for him to reunite with them.
"We were the original trio who started 'Indian Idol'. It's been 12 years now and coming back to the show with Anu and Farah feels nostalgic. The benefit of working with friends is that it doesn't make you feel like you are working at all. We all share a great bond," he said.
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