Once again, Colors TV has announced its next season of
's Got Talent - Season 3 after the huge popularity of Season 1 and Season 2. The Show is again looking for some real talent from every nook and corner of India India and is all set to find true talent from the grass roots of . This time “Agyaat” lead Gautam Rode is hosting the show with “Badmaash Company” actor-singer-dancer-anchor Meiyang Chang who is riding high on the success of his recent victory in Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa. India
Though there were rumours that Chang might be offered to host a reality show on Sony Television as he happens to be their blue eyed boy, Chang refutes all rumours. But it goes to say that his winning performance on Jhalak happened more cos he was the face of the channel as he is not only a former participant of Sony TV's "Indian Idol" but also went on to host two seasons of the popular singing talent hunt show, before bagging a Yash Raj Films' project "Badmaash Company" alongside Shahid Kapoor. His winning the channel's dance reality show "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4” was quite talked as he was pitted against good dancers like Sushant Singh Rajput and Yana Gupta but then being the face of the channel and that he was a non-dancer who transformed into a dancer went in his favour. However, it’s also strange that he is hosting a show on rival channel “Colors”.
Chang will be supported in this show by the handsome Gautam Rode who started his acting career in Bollywood with the film Annarth opposite Preeti Jhangiani, only later to also dabble with Television. Gautam's most memorable roles in television have been in Baa Bahoo Aur Baby and in the kid's adventure TV program Lucky. In Baa Bahu Aur Baby Rode played an NRI whom Baby falls in love with, and in Lucky he played the title character, a young con who runs a fake antique shop in Chor Bazaar. Gautam was also seen in a first of a kind 16-episodic story for the acclaimed horror show Aahat, titled Maut Ka Khel, which featured 16 popular faces of the Hindi Television Industry. He made his Bollywood comeback in 2009 with Ram Gopal Verma's horror flick titled Agyaat in which he received noteworthy reviews praising his performance.