Jaaved Jaaferi, who got back with game show Lava Ka Dhaava this week, in 2011 tended to reports that the accomplishment of Takeshi’s Castle add to the Shah Rukh Khan-facilitated Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout enduring only one season. He returned to the little screen this week with Lava Ka Dhaava, a game show outfitted towards fans who grew up watching Takeshi’s Castle, which turned into a clique hit in India because of the entertainer’s Hindi discourse.
However, did you realize that Takeshi’s Castle turned out to be mainstream to such an extent that some credited its prosperity to Zor Ka Jhatka neglecting to take off along these lines? In light of Total Wipeout, the show was facilitated by Shah Rukh Khan and ran for 15 scenes. In 2011, Jaaved tended to these reports, and said that despite the fact that there were likenesses between the two projects, his show proved unable ‘murder’ some other show.
He told DNA, “The players were all Indian while those on my show were of some other identity. Additionally, I figure it is inappropriate to fault the host of the show when a show doesn’t progress admirably. It wasn’t Shah Rukh’s issue if the game show didn’t progress nicely. There may be a large group of different purposes behind it. I think it was a well known show on the channel as of now and the size of the show is very not as much as what Zor Ka Jhatka was, there the players were all Indian.”