CONFIRMED! Aditya Narayan To Host 'Indian Idol 11'; Replaces Maniesh Paul!
Aditya Narayan is replacing Maniesh Paul as host in 'Indian Idol 11' since the former is busy with 'Nach Baliye 9'.
'Indian Idol 10' judges (Photo: Web)
Yesterday (17th August), Aditya Narayan took to his social media account and announced that he'll be hosting 'Indian Idol 11'. The reality show's auditions have started and Aditya Narayan posted a picture on Instagram from the same.
Aditya Narayan (Photo: Instagram)
"Ek nayi shuruat. Happy to share that I will be hosting 'Indian Idol 11'. Wish me luck," Aditya wrote on Instagram. Along with the post, he uploaded a photograph in which he can be seen posing with candidates from the audition process. Take a look at his post below:
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The news will surely make Aditya Narayan's fans happy.
On a relate note, the previous seasons of 'Indian Idol' were hosted by known names like Hussain Kuwajerwala, Mini Mathur, Karan Wahi, Mandira Bedi among others.
Manies Paul with 'Indian Idol 10' judges & contestants (Photo: Web)
Coming back to Aditya Narayan, he has earlier hosted various reality shows such as 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa', 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs', 'Entertainment Ki Raat', 'Rising Star 3' among others. He also participated in 'Khatron Ke Khiladi 9' in which he ended up as the runner-up.
Keep watching this space for more updates related to 'Indian Idol 11'!
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