Colors to launch IGT - 3 on 29 July

Colors to launch IGT - 3 on 29 July


MUMBAI: Colors is gearing up to launch the third season of its talent hunt reality show, India‘s Got Talent.

The show will be launched on 29 July and occupy the Friday-Saturday 9 pm slot, replacing Khataron ke Khiladi - Torchaar.

For the IGT - 3, Sonali Bendre and Kirron Kher are returning as judges, while the third judge on the panel will be Bollywood‘s evergreen superstar Dharmendra. 

This season will see artists and performers spanning a spectrum of talents.

Colors programming head Ashvini Yardi said, "India‘s Got Talent has a legacy of finding individuals and groups with unique and enchanting talents. In the past, the show has given India two gems in the form of The Prince Group in the first season which has since then gone on to make our nation proud on many international level events. The second gem was The Shillong Chamber Choir which charmed its way into peoples‘ hearts with their soulful musical stylings. This year, the search is on yet again to find a talent that surpasses both these groups. And to help us in our endeavor, we have none other than the very talented, evergreen actor with Greek God looks and a heart of gold, Dharmendra joining our other jury members gorgeous Sonali and graceful Kirron Kher."

The sow will be hosted by model-actor Gautam Rode and actor-singer-dancer Meiyang Chang.

Freemantlemedia head of content Anupama Mondloi said, "India‘s Got Talent Season 3 has traveled to over 25 cities this season in search of a wide variety of talent. It promises to be a true representation of modern as well as traditional India with a vast array of talent that spans all age groups. The panel of judges including Dharamji, who is new this season, brings their unique brand of charisma to the show. We have two new hosts, as well, this season who will take the viewers on a crazy, fun ride. Fremantlemedia is proud to reveal all the fresh facets of this show that will come together to create magic on Colors."

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