'Reality Shows Are Half Real, I Was Asked To Change My Story,' Says The Voice India 3 Contestant Sudhir Yaduvanshi- EXCLUSIVE

With the reality of reality show controversy spreading like wildfire, here is what The Voice contestant, Sudhir Yaduvanshi has to say about it

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'Reality Shows Are Half Real, I Was Asked To Change My Story,' Says The Voice India 3 Contestant Sudhir Yaduvanshi- EXCLUSIVE
Singer Sudhir Yaduvanshi, who was seen in The Voice India, is now an independent artist who has worked on jingles for many brands. As far as reality shows are concerned, he has also been in the top 100 of shows like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Rockstar, Dil Hai Hindustani. 

Now, amidst the controversy about reality shows being real after Amit Kumar revealed that he was asked to praise the contestants on Indian Idol 12, the singer has shared his own experience with us.  ALSO READ: Indian Idol 12: Pawandeep Rajan’s Fans Are Furious Over Makers Discrimination Against Him; Arunita Kanjilal Called Out For Her Behaviour Towards Him

On being asked about reality shows, Sudhir says, "As I was a part of 2-3 reality shows, I have learnt a lot in detail about it. So I know what is going to happen next. It's all a TRP game. Not everything you see is true. It's true for some contestants. Many contestants who genuinely belong to low and middle income families, work really hard to reach that position but many times are overshadowed by people who aren't what they say they are." ALSO READ: Indian Idol 12: As Controversies Take Over The Reality Show, Aditya Narayan RESPONDS If Judges Are Asked To Be Generous While Praising Contestants - EXCLUSIVE

Adding to the same, he says, "Sometimes stories are cooked up. I was asked to change my story a little bit, but I refused to do so. I think it's done to seek attention and hold your audience. Especially in this quarantine period, when shoots of many shows are disrupted, makers try to stretch the existing shows as much as they can."

Lastly, on being asked whether he wanted to be a part of reality shows again, Sudhir says, "I don't think I want to do reality shows anymore. One of my songs is released-( Mangda Main Mannat) and I am working on 2-3 of my own songs. I am at my best trying to make my music better."

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