- Ranveer Singh is set to make his TV debut with a game show named The Big Picture, which will air on Colors.
- Ranveer communicated his enthusiasm about his TV debut in a proclamation.
- Ranveer is hanging tight for the arrival of Kabir Khan’s games dramatization 83.
Ranveer Singh is set to make his TV debut with a game show named The Big Picture, which will air on Colors. A promotion was delivered on Saturday, in which he prodded the organization of the show – ‘tasveer se taqdeer tak’ or the opportunity to win enormous through pictures.
The video started with Ranveer Singh discussing how various individuals considered him to be various characters, from Band Baaja Baaraat’s Bittoo to Padmaavat’s Alauddin Khilji, as stills of them showed up behind the scenes.
“Dekha jaaye toh khel bas nazar ka hai (If you see, it’s anything but a round of insight),” he said, clarifying that the competitors will be posed inquiries as pictures and will find the opportunity to win crores.
Challengers will be needed to effectively address 12 visual-based inquiries with the assistance of three bits of help. The watchers can likewise take interest from their homes and win prizes. The Big Picture will air on Colors and be accessible for a Voot and Jio TV survey.
Ranveer communicated his enthusiasm about his TV debut in a proclamation. “In my excursion as an artiste, the inclination to try and investigate has been consistent. Indian film has certainly given me everything – it’s anything but a stage for me to dominate and grandstand my abilities as an entertainer.
I have been lucky to get monstrous love from individuals of India. Presently, I hope to associate with them in a very remarkable and connecting way through my TV debut with Colors’ The Big Picture,” he said.
“The suggestion of acquainting India with a ‘now’ age test show took care of business for me. I’m enchanted to connect with Colors to bring alive this intriguing new property,” he added.
In the interim, Ranveer is hanging tight for the arrival of Kabir Khan’s games dramatization 83, which has been inconclusively deferred attributable to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The film, which spins around the Indian cricket crew’s lady World Cup triumph in 1983, will consider him to be previous cricketer Kapil Dev.