India's Got Talent has for the past seasons brought out some excellent talent in front of viewers and this season promises to be no different. From singing, dancing, hand puppetry to introducing a 3 year old child prodigy, this season of India’s Got Talent has many surprises in store for all. But the biggest difference between this season and previous one would be the panel of judges. Where last year we saw Sonali Bendre, Kirron Kher and Dharmendra take the judges' seat, this year there has been some changes. Kirron Kher has been retained but she's going to have some new companions joining her on the judges' seat.
Adding a new dash of glamour and face of great talent that replaces Sonali Bendre will be the sizzling actress Malaika Arora Khan a.k.a Munni. Not a new person in the industry, Malaika has proved her mettle and has taken various roles, from being a model to VJ to now an item girl Malaika has done it all.
When asked about becoming a part of India's Got Talent she said, "I am honoured to be a part of the judges panel on a show like India's Got Talent. I’ve judged a lot of dance shows but dance is just one aspect of talent. The search for talent has been far and wide this season across all India and I’m looking forward to seeing these multiple talents come together on one stage."
The next judge to join Malaika is Farah Khan. Not only has Farah been an excellent choreographer but she has also proved her skills in direction and recently in acting. With her expertise in all fields, Farah sure will help bring out the best in people.
The other entry in judges' panel is of Karan Johar. He's already an ace director, has been a successful anchor and his latest stint as the judge on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa will sure boost the show and showcase the many hidden talents of India.
While talent exits everywhere, what is needed is a person to put the spotlight on the right talent and give it direction. We are sure this set of judges' will do exactly that and take India's Got Talent to another level and bring into light the best from the country.