Salman Khan to return with 10 Ka Dum: What we know of the game show's new season
Salman Khan ventured into television with the successful game show, 10 Ka Dum in 2008. It played a huge role in bringing Sony Entertainment Television in the top 3 slots in terms of viewership.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is reportedly all set to come back with his previous TV game-show titled 10 Ka Dum on Sony Entertainment Television, after eight long years.
Khan, whose stint with Bigg Boss on Colors has been widely accepted and appreciated, will wrap up shooting for the on-going season of the reality show by January next year, claims a Mid-day report. The actor will come back with 10 Ka Dum by May 2018 on Sony Entertainment Television.
“Salman came on board in November and the channel has been working on a new and interesting format to bring back the show after eight years. The idea is to make it more interactive for viewers at home through the second screen format which was introduced by Amitabh Bachchan in his popular game show, Kaun Banega Crorepati, wherein viewers can answer questions on their mobile phones at the same time as the contestants. This took the popularity of that show a notch higher and made it the channel driver. Sony hopes to repeat the success with 10 Ka Dum now," a source told Mumbai Mirror.
10 Ka Dum is a game show that is inspired by an American reality-game show named Power of 10. The US show was started in 2007 and it had Drew Carey, the popular stand-up comedian, as the host of the show.
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