Well, it seems like all’s not good with Shah Rukh Khan’s career. After a few flops, SRK’s show Ted Talks — India was suppose to hit the screens in October during Diwali. But now, it has been pushed ahead. The show will go on air either in mid-November or December.
According to sources, the channel has invested hugely in the show and a lot of post-production work is yet to be done. Also, the channel has two celebrity-studded shows coming up — Akshay Kumar’s The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, and Lip Sing Battle, which will be hosted by Farah Khan.
A source said:
“Shah Rukh’s show is also slated for weekends, and they want a very good slot for it — either in the morning or evening. They are looking at building it up like Aamir Khan’s Satyamev Jayate, as Ted Talks is also very informative. They want to open it in a big way. Even SRK is not in a rush. His last few releases haven’t fared very well at the box office and he is very particular about his comeback show. So, they have decided to wait it out and take a call on it later.”