Indian Idol 11: Contestant Forcibly Kisses Neha Kakkar, Hugs Her Tight On Stage Leaving Her Uncomfortable! WATCH VIDEO!
'Indian Idol 11' judges Anu Malik, Vishal Dadlani and host Aditya Narayan left in shock when Neha Kakkar was forcefully kissed by a contestant in Rajasthani attire during auditions and who even got gifts for the 'Ek Toh Kum Zindagani' singer
Show's host Aditya Narayan tried to stop him but was left shocked the moment he saw the contestant taking advantage of the moment, even plateing a peck on the popular 'Ek Toh Kam Zindagani' singer.
Neha looked utterly uncomfortable trying to get out of the tight grip of the contestant and embarrassed when he kisses her. Aditya and Anu Malik react in shock.
The fans are reacting very strongly to this with one saying
"Kissing anyone without their prior consent is sexual assault.".
The other fan wrote: "Badtamij insaan you are doggy".
Yet another wrote- "Next time neha have to be very careful went on stage otherwise anything cn happen with her die hard fan"
Going by the promo, Neha apparently knows him from before too as we hear him say to Neha before this, "pehchana mujhe?". What happened after, will however be revealed when the episode is telecast this weekend at 8pm on Sony TV.
The video is going insanely viral currently.
Sony TV's official handle shared the full promo captioning it - "#IndianIdol You have watched some incredible performances last weekend. this weekend will take music and entertainment one level up. Do not miss out this weekend's episode of #IndianIdol at 8PM. #EkDeshEkAwaaz."
Watch the video below:
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