Indian Idol 12: Aditya Narayan Back In Action After He Recovers From COVID-19, Anu Malik Comes On Board As Judge

After recovering from COVID-19, singer-host Aditya Narayan resumed shoot of Indian Idol 12

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Indian Idol 12: Aditya Narayan Back In Action After He Recovers From COVID-19, Anu Malik Comes On Board As Judge
Popular singer Aditya Narayan who was on a break after he tested positive for COVID-19, is back to work. The singer and popular host shot for an episode of Indian Idol 12 after he recovered from the deadly novel Coronavirus. In his absence, the show was hosted by Rithvik Dhanjani. The show will see Anu Malik and lyricist Manoj Muntashir stepping into the shoes of the show’s judges Himesh Reshammiya, Neha Kakkar and Vishal Dadlani. Aditya, as reported by India TV, shared he was missing being on sets as he loves his work. 

He said, “While I was in quarantine, it was challenging. I really love my work and I was not able to join the shoot since I had to follow covid protocols and be in isolation. I think it is very important to be extremely careful and follow all the guidelines at this stage.” He further added that he missed the contestants, judges and the entire team of the singing reality show. He expressed being happy as he returned on the sets with full enthusiasm. 

He added, “While in quarantine, I was missing all the contestants, the judges, the musicians and the entire team of Indian Idol. I cherish the beautiful memories and super fun moments on set that I have experienced over the past few months. It finally feels good that I am all set to return to the stage, full of new vigour, zeal and, of course, antibodies!”


Along with Aditya his wife too tested positive for COVID-19 on April 3, 2021. ALSO READ: Indian Idol 12: Neha Kakkar Will NOT Be Seen In The Upcoming Episodes Of The Show; Find Out The Reason HERE


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