Here is Amit Paul talking to the reporter of Telly Buzz.
How does it feel to be in the TOP 3:
Amit: I thought that I was voted out this week, but im glad im safe. I was honestly very scared, when Ankita read out my name, I thought that this was the end, but im glad im still here.
Amit: Its just getting tougher day by day, all the singers are just too good.
Amit: Every moment in Indian idol is special for me! When I came to the audition, I wasn't sure, if I’ll be able to make it, because I didn’t have any formal traning. I am surprised how things clicked, and how suddenly the people of India were there on my side, supporting me.
Amit: It’s a difficult question, because there is no competition here. Emon and Prashant are like my brothers, and if any one sings badly, we go and help that person out, so its basically a competition with yourself, where with each performance, you need to improve yourself, and that’s what we are all doing here.
Amit: Alisha was my toughest critique.
Amit: In Indian Idol, you need to be an excellent singer, and a great performer. In my case, my first priority is singing, and then performing. But since I can't only be concentrating on singing, I make sure to add in a little performance elements also. I give 70% of my attention to singing and the rest to performing.
Amit: Definitely Deepali!
Amit: Emon or Prashant!
Amit: Thank-you every much, I will work really hard to impress you, I know you really love me, I am very happy for it, I will work very hard, and make my fans proud!
Amit: If I was to win the Indian Idol title, I would first kneel down and thank God and thank all my fans.
Well, he is a fighter to the core. Wishing him all the very best for the final phase of Indian Idol...
Reporter: Hiral Anju Bhatt
Author: Ammu, Srividya Rajesh
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