Shah Rukh Khan’s much awaited comeback on television may take a little more longer after reports emerged that ‘TED Talks India’ has been postponed until November.
According to Bombay Times, the show was to launch during Diwali next month but it will now air in November as the weekend slots have been taken up by ‘The Great Indian Laughter Challenge’, ‘Lip Sing Battle’ and ‘Champions’.
A source said, “The Indian version of the international show, to be hosted by SRK, will go on air either in mid-November or even December. Apparently, the channel has invested a lot in the show and the post-production work requires time.”
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