Fame X

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Fame X
Presented bySophie Choudry
Shilpa Sakhlani
Original languagesEnglish
No. of seasons1
Original networkSAB TV
Original releaseNovember 2006 (2006-11) –
2007 (2007)

Fame X, with Indian subtitle Chal Udiye, is an Indian television music talent show contested by aspiring pop singers drawn from public auditions. It followed an earlier Indian singing competition and musical reality show called Fame Gurukul.[1]

2006-2007 edition[edit]

The sole season was in November 2006[2] and it extended until the finals in 2007. It was broadcast on Indian SAB TV television station. The dean of the show was Palash Sen. Auditions were held in Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. Originally the host was Sophie Choudry, but she was replaced in later stages by Shilpa Sakhlani.[citation needed]

The weekly Fame X show was complemented with a daily Monday to Friday show entitled Fame X Academy. The winner would get Rs50,00,000 grand prize, a recording contract and MTV Artiste of the Month title where the winner would be featured for a full month. He will also get the chance to sing for the Indian cricket team at the World Cup 2007

The judges were:


The finalists, with ages and region originating from:[3]

  • Anandroopa Bagchi, 19 years, Bihar
  • Priyadarshee Banerjee, 23 years, West Bengal
  • Arunima Bhattacharya, 23 years, West Bengal
  • Alok Chaubey, 18 years, Bihar
  • Ashutosh Jain, 23 years, New Delhi
  • Aditya Jassi, 24 years, New Delhi
  • Samrat Kaushal, 22 years, Punjab
  • Rehan Khan, 23 years, Mumbai
  • Neethi Nair, 19 years, Mumbai
  • Trupti Pandkar, 20 years, Maharashtra
  • Vidhhan Pandey, 21 years, Uttar Pradesh
  • Ritu Pathak, 19 years, Madhya Pradesh
  • Priyanka Purohit, 23 years, Rajasthan
  • Jyotika Sharma, 19 years, Mumbai
  • Rakesh Sharma, 30 years, Chhattisgarh
  • Rohitraj Sinha, 24 years, Allahabad

The winner of that only edition was Rehan Khan who beat in the finals Neethi Nair and Anandrupa Bagchi.


  1. ^ "TellyChakkar: "Grand finale on Fame X!"". Archived from the original on 9 September 2010. Retrieved 31 December 2009.
  2. ^ The first episode of Fame X
  3. ^ "Finalists page on Official website". Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 1 January 2010.

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