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Indian Idol 11: Neha Kakkar shocked as a fan kisses her

Indian Idol 11: Neha Kakkar shocked as a fan kisses her”

Indian Idol 11 has kick-started and the singing reality show is getting a lot of mileage thanks to its great contestants who are outdoing each other with their singing skills. When she does remember him and happily accepts the gifts, the contestant is seen crossing the boundary and forcibly kissing the ace singer, leaving the audience in shock. With each audition episode, we get to hear a heartening story of contestants who are struggling to make a mark and make it big. Music composer Vishal Dadlani, Anu Malik and singer Neha Kakkar have reprised their role of judges on the show, while Aditya Narayan is hosting the season. The incident left everyone shocked including judge Anu Malik. However, they apparently changed their mind considering Neha's massive popularity among the masses.

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The contestant then moves forward to give Neha a hug. Aditya Narayan, the host of the show, tried to stop him, but in vain. Neha immediately retreats after feeling something like this and felt really uncomfortable. Here's the clip. Many of Neha's fans were upset with the contestant's act and called it a "sexual assault". One of the users wrote, "Kissing anyone without their prior consent is sexual assault". What many might not know is that she was also a contestant on the show in its second season but was voted out. Dressed in traditional Rajasthani attire, the contestant came with several gifts and a teddy bear for Neha.



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