The Coronavirus lockdown turned out to be a bummer for so many things, including the much-loved action reality show, Khatron Ke Khiladi 10. The Rohit Shetty show was going smoothly and had even raked in huge TRPs; however, it had to be stopped abruptly since the makers hadn't shot for its grand finale. But, well, with certain relaxations on the lockdown and the government permitting the entertainment industry to resume shooting, albeit with precautions, it looks the makers of Khatron Ke Khiladi are all set to shoot its final episode in Mumbai. Reportedly, the grand finale that was slated to be shot in Bangkok earlier will now happen in Mumbai's film city.
As per the reports in Republic, the makers had even arranged for all the contestants' air tickets, activities and accommodation; however, the lockdown brought it on a standstill. It further added how the Singham filmmaker was keen on shooting the finale in Hyderabad's Ramoji Film City after the Bangkok schedule was cancelled. However, that couldn't happen either as the number of crew KK10 crew members was likely to exceed the permit guidelines by the Telangana government. And, finally, the makers have decided to bring the extravaganza in Mumbai. Reportedly, the government has permitted the organisers, as long as the number of people is limited and all the necessary guidelines will be followed.
Interestingly, most of the finalists reside in Mumbai and that would make the process easier. It's being said that the KKK10 makers will arrange for different shooting schedules got all the contestants. The shooting reportedly starts in the first week of July.
Adding onto your excitement, the cast of Rohit Shetty's upcoming film, Sooryavanshi will be gracing the grand finale to make it even more happening. As for the Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif film, it was scheduled to release in March but got hit by the Coronavirus outbreak.
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