Twitter Is Finally Done With The Emotional Drama On Indian Idol

Often accused of banking on sob stories of contestants to crank up the TRPs, Indian Idol became the butt of all jokes on Twitter

Indian Idol, among other “reality” TV shows, has long been infamous for emotionally manipulating viewers by adding just a tad bit of drama. With Anu Malik, Vishal Dadlani and Neha Kakkar as judges, the show kicked-off its tenth season and people are just realising that the drama is getting a bit too much to handle.

Often accused of banking on sob stories of contestants to crank up the TRPs, Indian Idol became the butt of all jokes on Twitter this season. Twitter erupted with a flurry of jokes as people called out the show for being too over-dramatic, most of which was targetted on Neha Kakkar. Kakkar, who once participated as a contestant on the show’s second season in 2006, quickly fell victim to the internet trolls as the memes mocked how the show’s proclivity to emotional drama.

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Here are some of the funniest reactions on Twitter:

Riding on the urban poor quota

The one with the dukhiyari Maa

*cries in privilege*

All dem music lessons are gonna suck your bank accounts dry anyway

A moment of silence for those who are made to watch Indian Idol with family

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

That username tho

When ya know you’ve hit a goldmine

No drama? Next!

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Kakkar acknowledged the trolls and decided to give it back to them. “Next time, please troll me for my loud laughter as well. In fact, why don’t you troll me for helping needy people?” she wrote on Twitter.

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