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Ranveer Singh is going to step on the small screen with a game show

After making his mark on the big screen, now actor Ranveer Singh is preparing to spread his feet in the world of TV as well. He is gearing up to rock the small screen. He will soon be seen entertaining the audience with a big reality show. Ranveer was in the news for his television debut for the past several days. Recently he himself talked about it.

Ranveer said, “As an artiste, I have always had the desire to experiment and explore. Indian cinema has really given me everything. It gave me a platform to showcase my talent. He said, “I love the people of India very much, so now I want to connect with my audience in a very unique and engaging way through Colors channel show The Big Picture.

If reports are to be believed, Ranveer shot the first teaser of the show last week. The Big Picture will debut on TV from August next month. Produced by Banijay Asia and ITV Studios Global Entertainment, the show will also air on Colors and Jio. This show can be enjoyed sitting at home. Viewers will be able to win big by playing the show from the comfort of their homes. The report states that the show will have a total of 26 episodes.
According to the report, there will be 12 rounds in this reality show, in which some questions will be asked by showing pictures. Whoever answers the question correctly and clears all the rounds will get a cash prize of 5 crores. In this, the contestants will be given three lifelines like Bharat Bachao, Parivar Ka Pyaar and Kismat Palt. Lifeline wise, the show looks a bit like Amitabh Bachchan’s show Kaun Banega Crorepati.

On the film front, Ranveer will soon be seen in Kabir Khan’s directorial 83. He is working in the Hindi remake of director Shankar’s film Anniyaan. Ranveer is the hero of Rohit Shetty’s film Circus. He is in the news for Jayeshbhai Jordar. Ranveer will be seen in director Rohit Shetty’s film Sooryavanshi. His role in this will be small, but important. Ranveer will also make his presence felt in Karan Johar’s Takht.