Shahrukh Khan, who is known as the King of Bollywood, is all set for his comeback on TV. He had recently approached the Zee Family to look out for some show for him as he thinks that people today know the stars more through the television medium and how big the TV show they are associated with. Like his rival Salman Khan now even SRK wants to come on television as it made Sallu Bhai much more famous than him.
Shahrukh is not new to the TV industry and knows the norms and values of it very well. He, in fact, had started his career from television itself and had started gaining more of popularity from it.
His first ever debut was Fauji which was a TV show. He then was seen hosting popular shoes like Kaun Banega Crorepati, Wipe Out and Pannchvi Pass Se Tej.
In a recent conference, Shahrukh said, "Today stardom is not about awards and Box office, but about who has a bigger TV show. So I am trying to do something. I have told Punit and the Zee family to look out for something for me."
Punit Goenka, who is the MD and CEO of Zee Entertainment, confirmed the news that they are planning to bring Shahrukh back on TV and it will be done very soon.
"The TV audience is very big and I also started with TV and I respect the medium a lot. Television is a great platform for every actor and actress. I would love to participate in it whenever given a chance," Shahrukh added.
It would be amazing to see Shahrukh back on TV as it would add more spice to the television world with Salman Khan already being in it.
Shahrukh is all set for a comeback on TV as he has approached Zee for a show.
SRK started his career on television from the serial Fauji for which he was praised and recognised.
SRK In Kaun Banega Crorepati
Shahrukh had even hosted the show KBC by replacing Amitabh Bachchan in it.
Shahrukh Khan On Tv
Shahrukh Khan did a lot of shows on TV and one of them was Zor Ka Jhatka Wipe Out on NDTV imagine.
SRK Vs Salman Again
SRK became famous on TV by his show Paanchvi Pass Se Tej. It would now be interesting to see the Khan rivals together on television.