Indian Idol 11 Judge Revealed: It’s Neeti Mohan Who Will Test Contestants’ Vocals This Season- EXCLUSIVE

Indian Idol is returning with its 11th season and SpotboyE.com has found out about one of the judges of the show. It’s Neeti Mohan who will sit on the panel this year

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Indian Idol 11 Judge Revealed: It’s Neeti Mohan Who Will Test Contestants’ Vocals This Season- EXCLUSIVE
Neeti Mohan, who has crooned popular numbers like Jiya Jiya Re from Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Ishq Wala Love from Student Of The Year among others, is all set to sit on the judge’s chair for SONY TV’s famous singing reality show, Indian Idol 11. Your read that right! Neeti will be judging the voices of the talent, making it to the show this year.

“Neeti was approached by the makers to judge this year’s Indian Idol season and she was happy to accept the offer. She has already signed the contract as well,” a source close to the show told us.


Before this, Neeti was seen as a judge in The Voice India Kids along with Shaan and Shekhar Ravijani. However, on this show, she will be sharing the panel with controversy King, Anu Malik. The music composer was replaced by Javed Ali, in the previous season, as his name got involved in the #MeToo controversy. Other two judges on the show were Vishal Dadlani and Neha Kakkar.


However, a few months back, SpotboyE.com told you that the makers of the show are contemplating to get Malik back on the show. There were a few reports floating around at that time that there are apprehensions from Yash Raj Studios too, as they don’t want Anu to shoot in their premises, but we had told you that the reports were untrue and that YRF has no issues with the music composer shooting, if he returns as a judge.

The last season of Indian Idol aired in July 2018, after a gap of two years. Salman Ali was the winner of Season 10.


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