Indian Idol 11: Neha Kakkar Forcefully Kissed By Contestant; Netizens Call It A Scripted TRP Stunt
A few days ago, Neha Kakkar was forcibly kissed by a contestant without her consent on Indian Idol 11 and the incident left her shocked. Now, going by the comments on that video, a section of people are convinced that it was entirely scripted and was a TRP stunt
Popular reality show Indian Idol 11 went on air almost a week ago and now recently, the show was in the news for a contestant forcibly kissing one of the judges Neha Kakkar on the cheek without her consent. The video of a contestant dressed in Rajasthani attire, who came bearing gifts for Neha Kakkar, went absolutely viral on the Internet. After the contestant planted a kiss on her cheek, Neha Kakkar was left shocked and even stepped behind while saying “What’s wrong with him?” Her co-judges Anu Malik and Vishal Dadlani too were taken aback.
This incident left not just Neha Kakkar, but also her co-judges and fans of the show in shock. In fact, Vishal Dadlani even tweeted about how he wanted to call the police, but Neha Kakkar decided to let him off the hook. He tweeted, “I suggested that the Police be called, but Neha decided to let the guy off the hook. He definitely needs psychiatric help, and we will try to help him get that, if we can. #IndianIdol11." Now, a section of people on the Internet seem to think that it was an entirely scripted incident and was just a TRP stunt. A quick look at the comments section of the video posted by the channel shows that netizens are not buying it. Take a look: (ALSO READ: Indian Idol 11: Neha Kakkar’s Emotional Breakdown Is Now The Butt Of Jokes On Twitter)
Meanwhile, Indian Idol 11 is being judged by Neha Kakkar, Anu Malik and Vishal Dadlani. The popular reality show is being hosted by Aditya Narayan.
Image Source: YouTube/SET India, Instagram/nehakakkar
They say the best things in life are free! India’s favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas, 9X Tashan, 9XO are available Free-To-Air. Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.