Indian Idol 12: Nihal Tauro Finally Reacts To Relationship Rumours With Sayali Kamble, Says, “There’s No Truth To This Romantic Angle Story”
Indian Idol 12 is one most popular shows on Indian television. The show has never failed to impress its audience with its daily dose of entertainment and gossips. From soulful singing to budding romance to friendships to fights the show has enough masala to keep our eyes glued to the television screen. We already have one pair of rumoured “lovebirds” on the show Pawandeep Rajan and Arunita Kanjilal. Lately, there were rumors that love is brewing between Sayli Kamble and Nihal Tauro. But the singer has now quashed the rumors saying that they have a brother-sister bond.
In an interview with Bombay Times, Nikhil Tauro had revealed, “We call Sayali Bhai and she considers me as her younger brother. We love each other a lot and she is not my sister but a big brother (laughs). There is no romantic angle between us and I know our bonding can give this impression that there’s something going on but trust me there’s no truth to this romantic angle story. Our bonding is great as we like spending time with each other by rehearsing or playing UNO. Sayali and I sing and rehearse a lot together. We even give inputs to each other and better each other.”
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Nihal Tauro further revealed that he aspires to do playback singing for the three Khans one day. He also mentioned that he is a huge fan of Arijit Singh and said, “I am his huge fan. I feel he can sing anything on this earth.”
The Indian Idol star also said that his biggest moment has been bagging a song from Himesh Reshammiya and recording for it. He stated, “It is such a beautiful composition and we know that his songs are very touchy and catchy. We recorded the song in his studio, I’ve recorded many songs in the studio and I’ve been doing it since I was in my third grade. I would sing for albums and I feel the best composition that I’ve sung till date is Himesh Reshammiya sir’s song.”
Stay tuned for more such gossips.