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Sunday, Dec 15, 2019

Star Voice of India returns!

After the successful first season of Amul Star Voice of India, the show returns with a new set of judges on July 18.

tv Updated: Jul 15, 2008 20:01 IST

Hindustan Times

After the successful first season of Amul Star Voice of India, the show returns on July 18.

The show that brought singers like Ishmit Singh Sodhi, Harshit Saxena, Abhaas Joshi, Irfan Khan and Toshi to the forefront has handpicked 24 refreshing voices from 24 states across the nation who will enthrall all with their mellifluous voices.

These 24 talented singing from 24 different states will make Amul Star Voice Of India-2 a kaleidoscope of different colours, traditions, singing styles since all these young participants will bring in something unique to the show.

The nation will witness the struggle and transformation of 24 talented singers on their journey to the ultimate destination- Amul Star Voice of India-2 title.

This journey will be closely monitored by the talented judges- Ace singer Sukhwinder Singh, Music Director Monty Sharma and music composer Ismail Darbar and would be hosted singer Shaan. The show will launch on July 18, Fri and Sat at 10 pm on Star Plus.

According to Anupama Mandloi, Senior Creative Director Star Plus, "Amul Star Voice of India-2 aims to showcase the biggest singing talent from India. After the unparalleled success of the first season; we promise to offer a combination of great singing talent and entertainment to our viewers with the second season of Amul Star Voice of India,"

This year too, Amul Voice of India-2 will give the people of this nation the opportunity to chase their dreams and the power to cast their vote to make one talented aspirant 'Amul Star Voice of India- 2. The results will be based 50 per cent on the judges marking and 50 per cent on public voting. The finals will be based on 100 per cent public voting.