Dus Ka Dum promo: Salman Khan raps and sings in teaser for upcoming game reality show
Indian television's most favourite celebrity host Salman Khan unveiled the promo of Dus Ka Dum Season 3 on Instagram on Sunday
Indian television's most favourite celebrity host Salman Khan unveiled the promo of Dus Ka Dum Season 3 on Instagram on Sunday and it is already ruling the internet. Salman is seen rapping and singing in the promo.
After a gap of nine long years, Dus Ka Dum, which is a Sony TV reality game show, will soon be back on the small screen and this time the game and the theme looks even more exciting than before.
The show, which had its first premiere on June 6, 2008, went off TV soon after the second season, aired in 2009. There was reportedly a drop in TRP which made the makers take the show off screen. However, now that Salman has established himself as a successful host with Bigg Boss series, this time things are looking much constructive.
Salman shared the promo on his Instagram handle saying, "Show par aane ke liye aur mere saath Sony TV par #DusKaDum khelne ke liye, download kijiye SonyLIV app." This season will have an exclusive Dus Ka Dum app, which will play a major role. Salman reveals in the promo how participants will be chosen only after they get through the app and successfully cross 40 levels of difficulties. These 40 levels will have a different set of questions for the user to answer.
The show will focus on the behavioral or opinion pattern of a mass audience in each question. Salman will be seen asking 'Kitne Pratishat Bhartiya', which translates to 'what percent of Indians..". Dus Ka Dum takes inspiration from an international reality show, Power of 10.
On the other hand, Salman is wrapping up his shoot for Race 3 in Dubai presently, and the film is all set for an Eid 2018 release.
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