Indian Idol 11: Himesh Reshammiya Finally Replaces Anu Malik as a Judge

Brenda Watkins
December 4, 2019

Neha Bhasin has also Anu Malik on sexual harassment was accused of.

Music composer Himesh Reshammiya will be the new judge on the 11th season of singing reality show Indian Idol after Anu Malik's exit amid #MeToo allegations.

Himesh Reshammiya is a known Singer-composer of the B Town. Sources have confirmed that music composer and singer Himesh who was earlier judging Sony's other show "Superstar Singer" will now sit alongside Vishal Dadlani and Neha Kakkar on the Indian Idol bench.

To when it was questioned that what she is until the last part of the show will continue, because Anu Malik said to them that he had just three weeks to only have gone out. However, he was later shown a way out of Indian Idol. Himesh said about assuming the chair of the judge in Indian Idol, 'I watch this show.

Indian Idol 11: It's OFFICIAL! I'm extraordinarily elated to be on the judges' panel. "From right here on the duty exclusively will increase two fold", the composer mentioned in a press release.

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"I have been following this season and I must say that this year has seen phenomenal singers come forward, who I am sure will create ripples in the Indian music industry", he added. Last season, I quit (after the accusations) and this year, they got me back.

However, when Sony TV reinstated Malik on season 11 this 365 days, Mohapatra restarted her campaign against the composer and the channel.

Before stepping down as a judge, Anu took to social media and claimed "faux and unverified allegations" had been being leveled against him.

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