Zee TV kickstarts digital auditions for Indian Pro Music League

Six talented voices will be selected from all over the country.

MUMBAI: Zee TV in collaboration with Fathom Pictures is all set to present audiences in early 2021 with the world’s first ever music league, the ‘Indian Pro Music League’ (IPML), an innovative reality show.

While the world of sports has seen several league competitions, this first-of-its-kind music league will have six team mascots – Shraddha Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Govinda, Rajkummar Rao, Bobby Deol and Suresh Raina – representing different regions of India. Each of these teams will have celebrated playback singers, one male and one female vocalist as their captains. To add to this pool of talent, the Bollywood music celebrities are in search of six fresh voices from various regions of the country, one for each team, who will get a chance to be a part of this league.

Taking forward its legacy of recognising amazing singers and giving them a platform to showcase their talent, Zee TV has launched the biggest digital audition for Indian Pro Music League to scout for six talented music aspirants. Digital auditions started from 12 December 2020 and will go on till 26 December, 2020.

Participation will only be possible for contestants who register at and upload a video of their performance on the site. The video should be no more than three minutes long and no less than 2 minutes. Sung completely in Hindi with no background score of the original track, the performance should be crisp and clear. Once the video has been uploaded and participants accept all the rules and regulations, they will receive a message confirming that their entry has been accepted. However, out of the countless aspiring singers who send in their audition videos, only six of the best voices will be selected.

Zee TV business head Aparna Bhosle said, "Zee TV has always believed in leveraging the strength of its reality formats to give the country's fresh talent an opportunity to chase their dreams. Having announced the world's first ever music league last month, we now set out in search of six fresh voices from across the length and breadth of the country to each be a part of the six teams that will compete in the league. With the show presenting a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to train under some of the finest playback singers in the industry and be a part of teams whose mascots are entertainment industry’s biggest celebrities; singing aspirants are advised not to miss the bus and send in their entries via the digital auditions. With the Indian Pro Music League, the idea is to infuse the space of music reality television with the same energy and competitive spirit that is typical of a sports league, so the excitement only mounts from here on.”

Singer Ankit Tiwari added, “While Zee TV has shaped the careers of many aspiring singers, with Indian Pro Music League, they are launching the biggest digital search for six fresh singing sensations and giving them a platform, not only to write a better tomorrow, but also to learn from musical geniuses who will be a part of their team. I’m extremely happy that I am getting the opportunity to be part of such a game changing show and I would like to urge India’s incredibly talented singers to send in their digital auditions to be a part of the show.”

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