Some years ago, a career in singing and music was reserved only for the sons and daughters of popular singing maestros. But with the abundance of talent across the globe, there is no dearth of platforms for budding musicians and singing enthusiasts to showcase their talent to the world and pioneers of the industry.
There are many singing reality shows in India that offer a great watch for all the music lovers across the country. Install the best DTH connection in India, grab a bowl of popcorn, and get set to watch your favorite singing reality TV show:
Indian Idol (Sony TV):
Weekends has most families glued (quite literally) to Sony TV when it plays Indian Idol, the best singing reality TV show in India. Having run successfully for many seasons, the format of the show has 3 judges who are masters in the field of music, a pair of rib-tickling hosts, and millions of singing aspirants dreaming to make it big in the singing world. The show winners like Abhijeet Sawant, Neha Kakkar, and more are successfully taking on the music industry
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs (Zee TV):
Part of the popular franchise Sa Re Ga Ma Pa that started way back in 1995, L’il Champs is a platform for the young kids to showcase their talent to the music maestros. Hosted by several leading singers in the past 2 decades as Shaan, Sonu Nigam, Aditya Narayan, and more; the show is a big-time musical hit with the Indian audiences.
The Voice India (&TV):
The Voice India is one of the highest viewed and loved singing reality TV shows in India. The show has a unique format while selecting the potential singing sensations that doesn’t let the judges look at the contestants and select purely on the basis of the quality of their voice. The ongoing season of the show is judged by Armaan Malik, Kanika Kapoor, Adnan Sami, and Harshdeep Kaur.
Rising Star India (Colors TV):
The high-profile singing reality show Rising Star India started on TV in 2017 and airs on Colors TV. The current season the show is judged by Monali Thakur, Shankar Mahadevan, and Diljit Dosanjh. The show is believed to be an adaptation of Israeli singing contest Hakokhav Haba.