Top 5 Reality Game Show in India 2020

 

Reality Game shows have become very popular in India and around the world among Indian audiences. People enjoy watching real-life scenarios, as well as guessing what’s going to happen next. These shows allow people to have an entertaining way of accessing the daily lives of certain people. They continue to have an immense audience, whether the shows are about drama, rivalry, or dating. This is partly due to their fascinating theories. Here is the list of top 5 reality shows of India which are famous worldwide. KBC Official Website
(KBC)Kaun Banega Crorepati?
KBC is one of India’s most watched reality game shows, based on the British game show, Who wants to Be a Millionaire. Anyone over the age of 12 will be able to participate without any criminal record. The KBC official website provides information about the show and its timings. The quiz show’s game play involves host Big B asking participants a series of questions, specifically about current affairs and general knowledge. When participants move on to the next level successfully, the prize money grows. Three lifelines can be used by rivals if they get stuck with any unique issue. These lifelines include asking the members of the group, asking the expert, phone-a-friend, 50: 50, or eliminating two incorrect responses for the participant.
Entertainer No. 1
Entertainer No. 1 is a competition based on UGC which will be broadcast on Flipkart Footage. It is a first of its kind competition where users on a digital platform can perform dance, mimicry and create dub smash, which also offers an opportunity to win 1 crore from home. Using the songs / dialogues available in the show library, each user will have to follow the theme and generate a video. Each uploaded video is open to ‘audience hearts’ which is the crucial type of scoring, the greater the hearts, the greater the chances of winning. There are three judges on the judge, Varun Dhawan, Bharti Singh, and Raghav Juyal who will watch the users’ performances and give those Super Hearts. Each week, the top 110 winners with maximum ‘hearts’ will be announced as winners, of which the top 10 winners will receive Rs. 1 Lakh as prize money, and the remaining 100 will receive Flipkart Gift Cards worth Rs. 1000. A user can participate in a weekly challenge only once.
Bigg Boss:
Bigg Boss is a reality show developed by John de Mol based on the initial Dutch Big brother format. In a purpose-built home, a selection of contestants’ lives and are isolated from the rest of the world. Every week, two of their squints are nominated for expulsion by housemates, and the housemates who get the most nominations will face a public vote. Of these, having been “evicted” from the Home, one will finally leave. However, as determined by Bigg Boss, there were exceptions to this process. Three housemates remained in the final week and the public voted for who they wanted to win. Except for one who is a non-celebrity chosen through auditions, the housemates in the Indian version are mainly celebrities. A mysterious person is known as ‘Bigg Boss’ over sees the housemates, whose only appearance in the house is through his voice.
Splitsvilla:
All wants to meet and have their ‘happily ever after’ their perfect soul mate. People can find love everywhere, whether it’s through a reality show. Sunny Leone and Rannvijay Singh return to MTV India’s super hit reality show, Splitsvilla, as hosts. Young boys and girls compete to stay in Splitsvilla while finding love and going through various missions. The last remaining male and female contestants are the show’s crowned champions. This is the fifth hosting time for Sunny. Auditions for the show have already begun and viewers can look forward to seeing all the envy, hate, breakups and love blossoming in Splitsvilla. Sunny’s link with the contestants is enjoyed by the audience, making her one of the most lovable hosts on Indian television.
Back Benchers:
Back Benchers is a non-fiction show featuring celebrities from Bollywood as students. The show is hosted by Farah Khan, who portrays the school’s dean. Each episode sees stars trying in Farah’s class to get the position of a Back Bencher. The show places the guests in the hot seat, testing their general knowledge through a series of oral and written assessments. Celebrity guests will score marks over three separate rounds for any correct answer, and guests can also score grace marks as awarded by Dean Farah Khan while performing entertaining acts during the show.
Sabse Smart Kaun (SSB):
The show consists of participants who answer general knowledge questions and several prizes can be received by the winners.

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