02-25-2009, 06:12 PM
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It's 'Aar ya Paar' in Indian Idol 4...
As the three finalists of Indian Idol 4 await the D-day, they talk exclusively to Telly Buzz on their preparations for the Grand Finale..
The wait for the Finale of Indian Idol 4 is soon to end as the show will see its winner on 1st March!!
The top three finalists Torsha Sarkar, Sourabhee Debbarama and Kapil Thapa are busy with their rehearsals as they await the most important day of their lives.
"We have been rehearsing and working hard on the songs that we will be performing in the Finale. All of us are eagerly waiting for the day to come", say the three finalists.
Sourabhee states "We will never get this stage again. The Finale will get all the three of us to perform on one platform. It will be a memorable moment for us and we want people to remember this finale, no matter what the result is".
When asked why people should give you the title of Indian Idol, the confident Torsha quips, "Entering Hindi film industry was always my dream and I wanted to explore it with my music and playback singing. For me music is my passion. Audience can see my dedication when I sing, and this is why I think janta should vote me as the winner".
When asked Kapil the same question he chirps, "My voice is good and one can sense truth from my words, and the deep feelings with which I sing a particular song are genuine. Thus I think audience should make me the winner".
Lastly Sourabhee replies, "People should vote for me as I have all the talent and potential. Along side, I'm a stage rocker and a good performer too. I feel I can interact and entertain the audience as well as judges, so here goes the appeal to vote for me".
Do you feel judges are biased because there are two girls in the Finals? "Not at all, rather I would thank janta and judges for supporting all of us. Judges have shown us our mistakes and this has made us reach the finals. Now let anyone win the title, but for us priority remains that our friendship should remain intact", speaks Kapil.
"I feel judges have their own opinion as an individual. It's janta who will be finalizing the winner. These judges have shaped up our performances", adds Sourabhee while Torsha echoes the same sentiment as she says, "It's because of judges that we are here. They are our mentors and have helped us a lot. I would also like to thank janta and our judges".
Is there a chance for a girl to be the next Indian Idol? As all of us ask this question, stay tuned to the Grand Finale of Indian Idol 4 on March 1st only on Sony Entertainment Television..