Khatron Ke Khiladi, the thrilling motion and stunt-based reality show hosted by Rohit Shetty, is all set for its much-anticipated thirteenth season. The shoot is scheduled to begin in the final week of May, with contestants eagerly getting ready to embark on an adventure-filled journey to a fascinating location in South Africa. This yr’s theme of the programme is jungle-themed, so it will likely be fascinating to see what new issues this yr’s makers have in retailer for viewers. As followers eagerly speculate about their favorite contestants’ earnings, we lastly have some insights into the numbers.
Reports have revealed the salaries of 4 contestants: Daisy Shah, Shiv Thakare, Rohit Roy, and Nyrra Banerjee. While Shiv Thakare, identified for his stint on Bigg Boss, was initially anticipated to command the highest pay, the reality is fairly completely different. Shiv Thakare is reportedly incomes 6 lakh rupees per episode, whereas Bollywood actress Daisy Shah is surpassing him by receiving greater than double that quantity, charging a whopping 15 lakh rupees per episode. Additionally, Rohit Roy instructions 7 lakh rupees per episode, whereas Nyrra Banerjee costs 6 lakh rupees per episode.
In the upcoming season, Khatron Ke Khiladi guarantees an thrilling lineup of celebrities who will embark on this adrenaline-fueled journey, going through their fears and enduring difficult stunts to vie for the coveted title. The show goals to entertain audiences whereas showcasing the individuals’ resilience and dedication.
Apart from the aforementioned contestants, different confirmed celebrities taking part in the reality show embody Ruhi Chaturvedi, Archana Gautam, Anjum Fakih, Sheezan Khan, Shiv Thakare, Anjali Anand, Arjit Taneja, Soundous Mufakir, Dino James, and Aishwarya Sharma. The show is reportedly set to premiere on Colors in July.
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