Digital auditions for Indian Idol 12 commences from July 25
After successfully giving a platform to aspiring talent for 11 seasons, Sony Entertainment Television announces the Digital Auditions – Ghar Se Manch Tak Ka Safar, for the 12th Season of its most popular show, Indian Idol. A renowned platform, Indian Idol, strives to bring forth the rich cultural heritage and diversity through its participants each year. While the endeavour remains the same this year as well, the process of selecting this fine talent has turned digital. Produced by FremantleMedia, the auditions for the 12th Season of Indian Idol, will be conducted digitally through SonyLIV app, starting 25th July.
Given the current scenario, Indian Idol auditions have been made virtual, thereby making it easier for aspirants to participate from the safety of their respective homes. Through this virtual audition, aspiring singers, from across the country, can take the first step towards becoming the next Indian Idol! Taking on the mantle as judges will be popular singers and renowned musicians – Neha Kakkar, Himesh Reshammiya and Vishal Dadlani while the charming Aditya Narayan will host the show.
The entire process, explaining the Ghar Se Manch Tak ka Safar, will be easily accessible on the SonyLIV app.
- Digital Audition: Starting 25th July, participants can fill in a detailed registration form and upload up to two video(s) of them singing on the SonyLIV app
- Studio Round: Selected contestants will be invited to Mumbai for a Studio Round which will be helmed by the panel of judges
If you have the right talent, and you aspire to become the next Indian Idol, then Sapno ka pehla step ho gaya na easy yaar…
Digital auditions of the 12th Season of Indian Idol start 25th July
Ashish Golwalkar, Head – Content, Sony Entertainment Television and Digital Business
"This is for the first time that we are hosting Indian Idol auditions digitally. Given the widespread use of smart phones and enhanced internet accessibility, we are confident of connecting with talent from across the country. The digital platform not only allows us to host a larger number of aspirants, but also ensures their safety which is of utmost importance. We look forward to an encouraging participation this year."