Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, which had its ninth version a year ago, won't return for another season on Colors this year on the grounds that the channel has denoted its schedule with the much-famous Bigg Boss. It is pretty much affirmed that Bigg Boss 11 has eaten into the possibility of the new period of Jhalak.
Uplifting news first. Whiz Salman Khan-facilitated reality demonstrate Bigg Boss is set to come back with its eleventh season, this October. The on-screen character has, actually, started shooting for its promo. In any case, in a frustrating improvement for the enthusiasts of superstar move appear, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, it is pretty much affirmed that Bigg Boss 11 has eaten into the possibility of the new period of Jhalak.
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, which had its ninth version a year ago, won't return for another season on Colors this year on the grounds that the channel has denoted its date-book with the much-well known Bigg Boss. "At the present time, Khatron Ke Khiladi is on air and after it closes, which will occur in September, we will straight go into Bigg Boss. There is no vacancy for Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. Along these lines, at the present time it is sure that the show is not happening this year. That is something else if the channel later chooses to change the time and present to it a hour prior Bigg Boss. Yet, starting at now, it would seem that season 10 of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa should hold up till one year.
Another reason being refered to for the likely no-show of Jhalak is the terrible TRPs of the past season. The last release, judged by Karan Johar, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ganesh Hegde and Farah Khan, started on a promising note yet watchers began losing enthusiasm after they understood that the show would extend for a half year, considerably after the finale shoot. The season really ended up noticeably like a fiction appear, where the fans sat tight for end of the week to watch their most loved candidates with no energy, for they knew the excellent finale had just been shot.
The last three hopefuls were choreographer Salman Yusuf Khan, on-screen character artist Shantanu Maheshwari and youthful Nepalese artist and champ Teriya Magar. Teriya's win however turned out poorly well with the enthusiasts of Shantanu and Salman, who are significantly more mainstream in India than the title-holder. This was another reason that the ninth release was labeled as a standout amongst the most disliked periods of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. "The show is being put on hold due to the last season's low TRPs. Likewise Rising Star improved as far as TRPs, thus, the channel should seriously think about bringing it back instead of have Jhalak at this moment," said a source from the creation house behind Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.