Hrithik Roshan gives Piyush Panwar a spectacular transformation on ‘Indian Idol 14’

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This Sunday, Actor Hrithik Roshan graces the prestigious platform of Sony Entertainment Television’s ‘Indian Idol 14’ for an episode themed ‘Fight to Top 10!’ In a heartfelt welcome, Judge Vishal Dadlani and the contestants joined forces to serenade Hrithik with a soulful rendition of ‘Sujlam Suflam’, from his upcoming release ‘Fighter,’which releases on 25th January. Also, this episode will put the spotlight on the selected Top 10 contestants, who will continue singing their way to win the coveted title of ‘Indian Idol!

But it was Rajasthan’s Piyush Panwar, who took over the stage and impressed one and all by singing the title song of ‘Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’ and ‘You Are Soniya’ from the movie ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.’ The episode took an unexpected turn when Hrithik, known for his impeccable style, acknowledged Piyush Panwar’s previous performances and expressed his intention to modify Piyush’s look. Amidst heightened anticipation, Piyush unveiled his new appearance, leaving everyone in awe of the unique and stunning transformation. Acknowledging the compliments graciously, Piyush thanked Hrithik Roshan for his remarkable transformation.

Hrithik continued to shower praises on Piyush, saying, “India is already a fan of the old Piyush, the world is now poised to become enamoured with his new version.” Vishal Dadlani and Shreya Ghoshal also echoed the sentiment, commending both Piyush’s appearance and his stellar performance.

One of the highlights of the episode was when Piyush expressed his wish for Hrithik to perform with him on the iconic song from “Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai.” In a heart-warming gesture, Hrithik along with the Judges came on stage, fulfilling Piyush’s wish and creating a magical and unforgettable experience for both the contestants and the audience.

To know more, be sure to tune in to ‘Indian Idol Season 14’ this Sunday at 8:00 PM only on Sony Entertainment Television

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