Indian Idol is everyone’s favorite singing reality show. Be it the award-winning singers of the film industry or the musical songs sung by contestants from different parts of India, Indian Idol is a popular show in the country. However, recently, the show has been in the middle of a controversy after the makers were accused of bias by Indian Idol 1 runner-up Amit Sana. The former contestant accused the channel of allegedly blocking his voting lines days before the final, which took place on March 5, 2005.
Amit Sana’s claims surprised everyone. Abhijeet Sawant won the first season of the show, which recently opened under the controversy and called Amit, ‘naive’, and said that there are many reasons why one loses a competition.
“He’s very naive. I have been to many competitions. There are several reasons why you lose a contest. It is not one thing. He should not forget that he was second. It was not like the two of us were the only talented boys in the show, there were many other talented people in that competition,” Abhijeet Sawant told News 18.
He questioned the singer further and asked if all India was voting, then how come he got the votes, but Amit didn’t. Season 1 winner Abhijeet also revealed that the show was monitored by an international team that was always present on the set.
Amit Sana took to Instagram to talk about his journey, and many fans supported him. One of them wrote, “Meri mam apki bahut badi fan thi. She cried that day when you didn’t win the show in the final episode. You’ll always be my favorite,” while another wrote, “I remember that incident because it literally gave me goosebumps.”
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Amit spoke to Siddharth Kannan in an interview and claimed that the makers favored Abhijeet Sawant and made them win the show.
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