The Indian contestants drummed up quite some noise in their introductory episode. Himesh's handpicked team went under the scanner for the first time in front of the judges. Want to know how dangerous they are? Click on.
The first Indian contestant to be tested on the danger meter was Diljaan. Armed with a soulful voice and honest singing, Diljaan sang 'Aavoni Saiyyon', which the jury found to be perfect. Not just that, Atif Aslam, too recognized the danger Diljaan posed to the Pakistani Jaanbaaz, and gave him a 7 on 10 on the Danger meter.
India's Rockstar performer, Aman Trikha, mellowed down from the first episode and sang 'I Love You' from Bodyguard. The judges were all praises for his voice and style. Abidaji said that she was very happy with him. But Atif did not seem too impressed with him and gave him 6 out of 10 on the Danger Meter.
In the fourth episode, Budhaditya Mukherjee was India's opener. This music student sang 'Subhanallah' which was liked by the jury and Himesh both, but Atif did not find him much of a threat and gave him 5 on 10 on the danger meter. Himesh was offended at the low score given by Atif and the two captains had a war of words.
This petite singer from India has proved to be a powerhouse performer till now. And this was validated when Indrani sang 'Haal'e-Dil' and got a standing ovation from the jury. Atif too, felt that she was a worthy opponent so she got a 6 on 10 on the danger meter.
Shahzad Ali wasn't in the best of condtions, but he still managed to sing 'Ishq Sufiyana'. But his performance was not a 100 percent, according to the judges, so Atif judged his threat level to be only 5 out of 10. We're sure that once he gets back to normal, the Pakistani team will see his dangerous side too.