Sunidhi Chauhan, Pritam likely to join Badshah as judges of second season of Dil Hai Hindustani; Karan Johar may return as host
While the first season of Dil Hai Hindustani also had Shalmali Kholgade and Shekhar Ravjiani as judges, only Badshah is likely to return as a judge.
The reality singing show on Star Plus, Dil Hai Hindustani, is gearing up for its second season. Music director Pritam and singer Sunidhi Chauhan have reportedly been roped in as judges on the show.
The show, in its first ever season, had Karan Johar as the host and rapper Badshah, playback singer Shalmali Kholgade and singer-composer Shekhar Ravjiani as the judges. Mumbai Mirror reports only Badshah has been retained and two new judges have been roped in for the new panel. The same report states that the talks with Johar are still on yet no confirmation has been given.
The new season is expected to air by mid-April or early May. Auditions are set to kick off soon, as stated in the same report.
This will mark Chauhan's second talent show this year as she is also a judge in India's first ever OTT platform reality show The Remix on Amazon Prime Video India where she will be seen alongside fellow judges, music composer Amit Trivedi and DJ Nucleya. The show will be hosted by TV actor Karan Tacker and will start streaming on 9 March.
On the other hand, Johar was also seen recently alongside fellow filmmaker Rohit Shetty in India's Next Superstar.
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