The 3rd season of Salman Khan’s show Dus Ka Dum has been postponed to 2018. We had reported few week’s ago that Khan will return as host for the 3rd season of Dus Ka Dum, since the show is close to actor’s heart. Buzz was that the show will go on air in June and will replace The Kapil Sharma Show.


However, now latest reports suggest that the channel wants to take some more time and doesn’t want to rush for the new season.

Salman Khan’s Dus Ka Dum Season 3 Postponed to 2018
Salman Khan’s Dus Ka Dum Season 3 Postponed to 2018

A source close to the channel said, “The channel was keen to air the show in June, even Salman was interested in it as it’s close to his heart. However, he is busy with his film commitments and does not have dates in the immediate future.”

We also heard that the makers were not ready with a pre-production plan and the whole thing would have been a hurried affair. So, after deliberating over it, they decided to move it to next year.

In all probability, he will host the 11th season of Bigg Boss this year.

On the work front, Salman will be next seen in Tubelight, which also stars Matin Rey Tangu, Chinese actress Zhu Zhu, late actor Om Puri and Sohail Khan in pivotal roles. It is directed by Kabir Khan, who previously worked with Khan in Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Ek Tha Tiger. The film is slated to release on 23rd June on Eid this year.

Post that Salman will be seen in Tiger Zinda Hai along with Katrina Kaif. The film is the sequel of 2012’s blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger. The film is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, who previously helmed films like Sultan, Gunday and Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. Produced under the banner of Yash Raj Films, the film is set to hit the screens on 22nd December during the Christmas weekend.

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  1. Disclaimer: This comment is not primarily intended for those who regularly ‘love’ to comment for the sake of it but rest:

    As any of you who keep following miscellaneous TV/media [business] news, the network (Sony Entertainment® India) has already been working on establishing its own in-house production [company]. That being said, either directly or indirectly, [one of the] ‘numero-uno’ “production house” Sony Pictures Television® will be behind it (some media reports confirmed it by including statements from its key-executives). But at the time, all of the reports suggested that they’ll move to produce scripted-shows first, for their​ own channel, of course. But seems, as usual, they’ve changed their mind (‘notwithstanding’ the globally-held majority belief that reality formats are to “cheaper” to adapt than scripted ones). So now, they’ll bring the 3rd season of Indian ‘Power of 10’ after long and possibly, a new season of Indian ‘Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?’, too (well, after settling the ‘issues’ with regional-language variations of the latter already planned or running). Let’s wait and see whether their in-house production values are same as licensee (Siddharth Basu) or even better, or worst, like the broadcast-management of their TV channels, simply awful!

    And now, for those ‘regular commentors’ who happened to ‘unfortunately’ read this gibberish and it obviously moved over their heads, let me try making it a bit ‘interesting’, at least: Where are those “Kapil Sharma fan[atic]s” who used to deliver lines such as: “Krushna/Sudesh/Bharti suck, they only know how to mix vulgarity in comedy”; “Only Kapil knows how to the best in clean-comedy”; and even “These Raju/Pal/Ehsaan are worst, they don’t have the good taste of comedy, they’re not a good match for Kapil”, yada-yada-yada. Where are they? Don’t they’ve anything to say about dipping ratings? That’s why, it’s almost always wise to say: Never go after numbers, because they won’t resonate with your ambitions/desires, they’ll only speak the truth about what certain ones from you want, no matter how much that feels embarrassing.
    As for me, I feel indifferent for Kapil (TBVH) since it’s just his Karma catching-up to him. Nothing else.
    And hey, don’t you [“guys”] feel sad, it’s not only Kapil and his team (includes a co-production company) whose jobs are in jeopardy, one of India’s earliest “quiz-masters”, ‘poor’ Mr Siddharth Basu too has lost great-chance[s] to mark [production] comeback. Dunno about ‘Chhota-Ambani’ though, he’s already a billionaire and have already seen his family ‘media-magnate’ image being shaken by his elder sibling, and that too, after great-struggle to keep his TV-broadcast business cash-flow positive. So it’s safe to assume that only if SPT® doesn’t try to be as harsh as rest of other multinational-shops who’ve set shops here in India throughout history, then Mr Ambani may not consider the idea of ending his [acquired] business-venture with Mr Basu since Thanks to latter’s wisdom, he can’t simply write it off on his own.

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