This time, the contestants and the judges of Indian Idol 10 will be seen celebrating the 'Colors of India'. Not only were they seen donning colourful dresses, but the contestants entertained the viewers with beautiful songs. We have seen popular celebrities gracing the singing reality shows. This time, renowned Bhojpuri actor and singer, Manoj Tiwari graced the stage and brought vibrant colours of Bihar on the stage of the singing reality show. The actor brought forth the different specialties of Bihar.
Check out to know what's in store in the upcoming episode.
‘Bihari Fire Paan’
According to Mid-day report, "The first specialty which was presented was the delectable Bihari Fire Paan which he got specially for the judges Neha Kakkar, Anu Malik, Vishal Dadlani. The judges sang the iconic song ‘Khaike paan Benaras' on stage as they relished the paan."
In Pic: Manoj Tiwari With Indian Idol 10 Contestants
Apparently, the actor arranged a funny sugarcane eating challenge between Vishal Dadlani and Anu Malik. It seems that the whole set was buzzing with laughter as they witnessed the judges competing with each other. Neha Kakkar was seen walking with a ‘matka' on her head, just the way womenfolk from villages go to fetch water! The look and feel on the sets changed to that of a Bihar village.
Manoj Tiwari Impressed
A source was quoted by the leading daily as saying, "Manoj ji loved the performance of the contestants and sang along with them to boost their confidence. He praised all the contestants whole-heartedly and we hope he makes an appearance on the show again."
Salman Ali’s Amazing Performance
It's even said that the judges were impressed with Salman Ali's performance (for his Bawre song). Anu Malik was so impressed that he gave him a standing ovation and he stood upon the judge's table!
Anu Malik Gives Salman A Standing Ovation
Anu Malik was quoted by an entertainment portal as saying, "I was blown away with Salman's singing. At such a young age, Salman shows a lot of promise with his incomparable singing. For the first time in the last ten seasons of Indian Idol, I stood on the judge's table to give a standing ovation to a contestant. This is what Indian Idol is all about and I would like to call him Salman Ali ‘Sir'."