The singing reality television show Indian Idol 12 is winning the hearts of the viewers. The singers contesting have managed to make a special place, garnering a massive fan base. Indian Idol 12 is judged by Himesh Reshammiya, Neha Kakkar and Vishal Dadlani. As the contestants fight for the winning trophy, there are currently only 9 singers in the Top 9. Amidst all this, to make the show more interesting, Indian Idol 12 makers introduce a new ‘powerplay’ rule for elimination.
According to a report in Bollywoodlife.com, there will be no elimination for several weeks on the singing reality show. The report mentioned that many singers from the top 9 including Pawandeep Rajan, Sawai Bhatt and Arunita Kanjilal will be evicted together from the show, once the powerplay ends. The makers have decided that the elimination that happens after every two weeks will not continue. As per the report, after the powerplay ends, the votes of every contestant will be calculated and the singers having the highest votes will get a direct entry in the finale. Whereas, the remaining other singers will be left out of the show.
While a few from the Top 9 will get the direct ticket to the finale when powerplay ends, it is speculated that a total of 5 will only get an entry to the finale. As per the report, the singers who will receive the most love and votes from fans, along with a good social media reach will take the winning trophy home.
Meanwhile, the show currently has singers Pawandeep Rajan, Mohammad Danish, Shanmukh Priya, Sawai Bhatt, Arunita Kanjilal, Ashish Kulkarni, Sayali Kamble, Anjali Gaikwad and Nihal Taro contesting against each other for the finale. Also Read: Indian Idol 12: Neha Kakkar’s Performance With Jackie Shroff On ‘Tera Naam Liya’ Leaves Fans Impressed; Rohanpreet Singh Says ‘What Expressions’- WATCH
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