Indian Idol 14 Review

Indian Idol 14 promises to showcase compelling voices with the power to stir our emotions through music. This year’s show boasts an illustrious panel of judges including Shreya Ghoshal and Kumar Sanu.

Every week, there is an enchanting moment dedicated to one performance which mesmerizes and mesmerises the judges – this week they were taken in by Menuka’s soul-stirring voice!


Season 14 of “American Idol” kicks off on October 7, featuring Shreya Ghoshal, Kumar Sanu and Vishal Dadlani on its judging panel; Hussain Kuwajerwala will return as host.

Shreya will focus on improving contestant singing ability while Kumar provides experienced support to singers on the show. Vishal looks for performances with range and texture that provide him with motivational material, plus constructive feedback to each singer in turn.

Indian Idol is an internationally popular singing reality show on Sony TV that first premiered in 2004. Since then, many talented singers have used Indian Idol as an opportunity to start their singing careers and some are still active within the music industry while others have gone onto other projects.


Indian Idol is one of India’s biggest singing reality shows and has given many aspiring singers their big break. Notable celebrities have served as judges and hosts over time – most recently Hussain Kuwajerwala after an eight year absence as host. Now on its 15th edition, Hussain is back and looking for his successor!

Kuwajerwala is an adept host, seamlessly engaging contestants and audiences alike on set of the show. His friendly nature is endearing while his commanding presence makes for an engaging show experience for all involved. Contestants especially appreciate his sense of humour; making sure everyone feels at ease throughout.

He will narrate the auditions of contestants to give viewers an inside view into their experience, adding energy and charisma on-screen that adds fun. Contestants will compete to win both a title, trophy, and cash prize of Rs 25 lakh in this show; auditions began August 11.


Indian Idol, India’s premier singing reality show, launched with an explosive episode on Saturday October 7th and has already made waves ever since its first promo was shown to viewers. Young talent on the show have left judges speechless with their captivating performances – one such soulful singer was Menuka Poudel’s visually impaired performance which moved Shreya Ghoshal and Vishal Dadlani to tears with its mesmerising rendition.

Contestants hailing from all across India have impressed judges with their captivating voices, such as Muskan Srivastava from Ghaziabad, Shivani Swami (Bidar), Ahana Chatterjee from West Bengal, and Vibhav Gupta (Himesh Reshammiya’s Sonali Kulkarni). On hand to judge them are legendary Kumar Sanu, Shreya Ghoshal, Vishal Dadlani; while charismatic Hussain Kuwajerwala hosts his show.


Indian Idol has left an indelible mark on Indian entertainment culture, becoming one of the country’s most beloved singing reality shows. Participants on Indian Idol showcase their unique voices that elicit multiple emotions. Judges on this renowned show include National Award-winner Shreya Ghoshal, Bollywood King of Melody Kumar Sanu and veteran composer Vishal Dadlani who offer valuable guidance as they navigate this competitive industry.

Menuka Poudel left even the veteran judges sobbing with her mesmerizing performance on this week’s episode, leaving both audience members and judges spellbound by her stunning vocal talent. Though blind by birth, Menuka mesmerized all with her mesmerizing performance which charmed everyone present – audience and judges alike!

So far I haven’t watched all of the episodes yet but so far the judges are doing a fantastic job. It is great that Shreya and Vishal are back, without rap or western singers present on their panel and that they seem focused on searching out real talent rather than filling their panel with empty acts like in Season 6.

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