Indian Idol (season 6)

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Indian Idol
Season 6
Broadcast from June 1, 2012 (2012-06-01) – September 01 2012
Judges Asha Bhosle (only after auditions)
Anu Malik
Sunidhi Chauhan
Salim Merchant
Host(s) Hussain Kuwajerwala
Co-host(s) Mini Mathur
Broadcaster Sony Entertainment Television (India)
Winner:
Vipul Mehta
Origin Chandigarh
Runner-up
Amit Kumar
and
Devendra Pal Singh
Chronology
2012

Indian Idol 6 is the sixth season of Indian Idol, an Indian singing talent show. Universal Music India replaced Sony Music Entertainment India as Idol's official partner record label. This season follows the same format as American Idol's season 11. Indian Idol used the new title screen and logo with a different font started from Spectacular Round. This season consists of four judges. The show premiered on 1 June 2012 and ended on 1 September 2012, with Vipul Mehta being the winner.

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Top 10[edit]

The names of the top 10 contestants are as follows:

  • Vipul Mehta (Winner)
  • Devender Pal Singh (Runner-up)
  • Amit Kumar (Runner-up)
  • Poorvi Koutish (Eliminated on 18 August 2012)
  • Ritika Raj (Eliminated on 11 August 2012)
  • Sohini Mishra (Eliminated on 4 August 2012)
  • Kaushik Eknath Desphande (Eliminated on 28 July 2012)
  • Amitabh Narayan (Eliminated on 21 July 2012)
  • Charit Dixit (Eliminated on 14 July 2012)
  • Deeksha Piyush (Eliminated on 7 July 2012)
Did Not Perform Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated Judges' Save Winner
Stage: Finals
Date/Day/Week: 7/7 14/7 21/7 28/7 4/8 11/8 18/8 25/8 1/9
Rank Contestant Result
1 Vipul Mehta No Elimination Winner
2 Devendra Pal Singh No Elimination Runner-Up
3 Amit Kumar Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 No Elimination Runner-Up
4 Poorvi Koutish Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Eliminated
5 Ritika Raj Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Eliminated
6 Sohini Mishra Bottom 3 Eliminated
7 Kaushik Desphande Bottom 2 Eliminated
8 Amitabh Narayan Bottom 3 Eliminated
9 Charit Dixit Bottom 2 Eliminated
10 Deeksha Piyush Eliminated

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