Indian Idol is one of the most popular shows on Indian Television network. This week the show will be full of entertainment and laughter as we can see the laughter queen Bharti Singh visiting the show along with her husband Harsh Limbachiyaa. The episode will be named as Shaadi Special. And melodious singer Neha Kakkar will be singing ‘Channa Mereya’ for her ex-boyfriend ‘Himansh Kohli’.
Channel had recently posted the teaser of the episode. Bharti Singh will be entering in a palanquin and her husband Harsh will be coming riding on the horse. As we all know about Bharti’s sense of humor she jokes by pointing out to her husband Harsh. She says in 2 years a Punjabi has raised a Gujarati’s hair.
Further, a contestant gives a performance on the song ‘Channa Mereya’. The performance leaves everyone in fascination. To this later says that she used to enjoy the earlier but later stopped listening after Harsh sang it for her. But she says she will again start listening to it.
Neha Kakkar singing Channa Mereya for her ex-boyfriend Himansh Kohli
Neha will take the mic and will announce she will like to sing a few lines from the song for her ex-boyfriend. She sings few lines for Himansh Kohli. After that Aditya says it to her ex- boyfriend, ‘Ismein Tera Ghaata, Inka Kuch Nahi Jaata’. To which everyone laughs out loud.
Aditya then says he will marry Neha. And starts singing his dad’s number ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi’ the song of actor Salman Khan and Priyanka Chopra. Bharti then jokes that one the contestant had done a makeover for Harsh also who like a ‘Lakdi’ earlier. And Bharti sends the contestant for a makeover.
You can catch up with the show on Sony TV and on the SonyLiv app. You can download the app now on android devices from the Google Play Store and on IOS devices from Apple Play Store.
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