Salman Khan’s Dus Ka Dum 3 To be Replaced By Amitabh Bachchan’s KBC

There is a big news again about Salman Khan's show 'Dus Ka Dum'. First, we got to know that the TRP and interest rate of the show is constantly falling down and now the reports say that another show is coming to may replace Salman's 'Dus Ka Dum'. Salman had brought another season of his show 'Dus Ka Dum' after 9 years. Even fans were excited about it, but then something went wrong and the all these expectations proved wrong. But now the news is that the show can be closed soon.

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Now you might be thinking that if the show is closed, then what will come in its place? So, there is news Amitabh Bachchan's show 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' may replace Salman Khan's show. According to the reports, "On September 3, from 8.30 pm on Sony TV, 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' will go on air. "

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This is not the only problem for Salman, but it is also alleged by an elderly NRI couple that they have land next to Salman's farmhouse located in Panvel area of Mumbai, on which they are not allowed to construct. The couple living in the US made a press conference alleging that they bought the land from Saleem Khan for Rs 27.50 lakhs in 1999. And, now they are bearing them to construct.

As per Salman's lawyer, "there is no such thing. This elderly couple is unnecessarily dragging the name of Salman in this case. The lawyer clarified that the allegations made by the couple are baseless. There is no connection between Salman and his family. "

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by Admin | Sat, Jul 07 - 02:56 PM

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