Star Plus strikes once again with a one of a kind reality show, along with Synergy Adlabs, to fill up their entertainment slots. Post Kaun Banega Crorepati, its time again for the viewers to put on the thinking caps and test their knowledge only this time, the will need to go back time to recap all things learned in the 5th grade. Hitting the small screen soon is - Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain?, a reality show based on America’s famous show, ‘Are you smarter than a 5th grader?’. The show will be hosted by none other than the nation’s heart throb - Shahrukh Khan. Post the success of KBC 3, Shahrukh is back to cast a spell on the viewers but this time, with witted kids.
In this show, adults will be put to test to answer primary school questions, where the pressure of going back to school and keeping their reputations intact. In return, the contestants can win up to not one, not two but Five Crores. Speaking on the show, Shahrukh Khan States, “I was very keen to do this show because of the educational aspect to it, which has been an integral part of our culture. Once the decision was made, Star Plus was the only television platform I could think that could take me to every single television home in this country.”
Though the channel hasn’t announced the exact date of the show starting, the call for entries is soon to begin. Watch out as Telly Buzz brings you the latest updates on the new show.
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In response to aisha1.
The shows that you stated where not originally American or French, they only copied the concept. So it is wrong to say ‘all Indian shows are a copy of American shows or French shows’
1. Deal or no deal - Originated in Holland not France
2. Indian Idol - the whole idol series started in the UK as ‘Pop Idol’ by Simon Fuller (the person who created the Spice girls) NOT America, they just used the concept
3. KBC – Started in the UK as ‘Who wants to be a millionaire’ not France
4. Big Boss – Started in Holland
Has anyone noticed that all these shows are shown in America but were not created there; no one says ‘America is copying other shows’.
The point I’m trying to make is that concepts come from all over the world and it’s ok to use them in other countries as long as people enjoy them and they legally get the rights, like for Indian idol. I think it becomes a problem when shows are copied and credit isn’t given to the originators.
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