Singer Sunidhi Chauhan, who has lost oodles of weight and will be seen in her new avatar in singing based reality show The Voice India, will flaunt a dress worth Rs.3,00,000, especially created for her by internationally acclaimed Indian fashion designers Falguni and Shane Peacock.
The Piku singer will wear the dress for a two minute-performance during the premiere of the TV show on Saturday.
"I'm really excited about my performance for the first episode of The Voice India. Everything about the evening was just so grand -- right from the spectacular production, the choreography, and my look," Sunidhi said in a statement.
"Falguni and Shane Peacock are among the best designers we have and they have done such a fabulous job of designing my outfit for the performance. I fell in love with it the second I saw it. Everything was perfect to me. I'm sure the viewers would be just as impressed," she added.
Bollywood singer Shaan, who will also appear as a coach in The Voice India, was seen dabbing wet cloth on his face to keep the swelling on his cheek down while shooting for the premiere of the singing based reality show.
According to a source from the set, Shaan was actually working out with a resistance band, which unfortunately got snapped out of his hand and landed on his face with such force that he ended up with an inflammation. However, the 42-year-old kept going with the shoot despite the swollen face.
"Shaan was accidentally hit by a resistance band on the sets while he was working out before getting into the shot. But unfortunately the band hit his cheek and his face was all red and swollen. The coach of the show was down with terrible pain but he shot for the entire episode with great spirit and enthusiasm," the source said in a statement.
Apart from Sunidhi and Shaan the Indian version of the internationally acclaimed TV show The Voice will feature Himesh Reshammiya and Mika Singh as coaches, who will lead their respective teams to the finale through three phases -- Blinds, Battles and Live.
Hosted by actor Karan Tacker, the Indian version of the internationally acclaimed TV show will be aired on TV starting Saturday.