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|By Hiten Trivedi|
The Baadshaah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan seems to be going through a tough time these days. At one hand where his over-hyped IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders kept him on tenterhooks, on other hand, his equally talked about show Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez Hain? is also not grabbing enough eyeballs. The latest we hear is that Shah Rukh has decided to leave the show and the main reason behind it is quite surprising.
According to reliable sources the producers of the show, Synergy Adlabs, are concentrating more on their upcoming show Dus Ka Dum to be aired on Sony Tv, which will be hosted by Salman Khan.
"That Synergy's energy is being channelised into the another channel and another show has irked Shah Rukh a lot. The higher officials at Synergy Adlabs as well as the channel Star Plus are trying hard to convince Shah Rukh that his show will be given more attention now. But Shah Rukh has decided to quit the show. He has already given them an ultimatum. However, the officials at Synergy are hoping that he changes his mind," informs a source from the production house.
what adds fuel to SRK's fire is that the Big B of Bollywood has also commented on the show on his blog saying that the ratings of the show are poorer than Jeeto Chhapar Phaad Ke hosted by Govinda. However, when contacted, Sidharth Basu of Synergy Adlabs completely denies these allegations saying, "All this is nonsense. There's no parting of ways or difference of opinion. The show was always supposed to be for the 36 episodes only and is being completed as per the schedule," he defends. with the 'Karan-Arjun' of the silver screen competing on small screen too, audiences would surely get to see a new Mahabharat, an entertaining one at that.
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