Indian Idol 12 is once more surrounded by controversies, as old video of contestant Sayli Kamble getting viral, and this point, people are massively trolling it for promoting fake content; Read on to know why.
Singing reality shows Indian Idol season 12 has been quite in news. Soon, after its launch, the show has been surrounded by controversies and has grabbed everyone’s attention. Audiences initially dragged the makers of the show for showing the poverty of Sawai Bhatt and later using songwriter Santosh Anand’s weakness for TRP. Did you know, the contestants who have participated this year aren’t new but have won a reality show in their life.
Well, now the show has been trapped during a new controversy over an old video of another participant of the show, Sayli Kamble may be a resident of Mumbai’s Tatanagar. The people have accused Sayali and therefore the makers of promoting fake content.
In one among the episodes, Sayli mentioned that there’s no television receiver in her house. Later, within the next episode when Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff came in as a guest, Sayli said that she lives during a chawl a bit like the actor. There are several instances when Sayli was showed as a contestant who came from a poor family. Moreover, they showed how the daughter of an ambulance driver is trying to achieve her dreams.
Now, an old video of Sayli went viral on social media wherein she was seen sharing the stage with veteran singers like Suresh Wadkar. Check it out below:
Sayli Kamble Stage Show with Suresh Wadkar
Within no time, people started trolling Indian Idol 12 and its makers for promoting fake content to realize TRPs. People started commenting on the web saying that an individual sharing the stage with Suresh Wadkar won’t be a petty person. They even called out the manufacturers and asked them that if they need to require the old and professional singers within the show then why do they audition. an individual commented saying ‘Why the time of the remainder of the common contestants who dream of becoming a singer is wasted’.