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Ring Ka King News

  • | July 19th, 2012

    Has Giaa Manek found a new home in Colors?

    Has Giaa Manek found a new home in Colors?

    The Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa contestant is one of the star guests at the sangeet ceremony in Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
    When Giaa Manek quit Star Plus’ show Saath Nibhaana Saathiya so she could dance in Colors’ Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5, she angered a lot of biggies in tele-ville. There was also buzz that she wouldn’t be allowed to act in any TV serial again. However, it seems as if things are going well for her….at the moment, anyway. Click here to read more

  • | April 3rd, 2012

    ‘Bigg Boss 5’ sumo wrestler to enter ‘Ring Ka King’

    ‘Bigg Boss 5’ sumo wrestler to enter ‘Ring Ka King’

    Yamamotoyama, who taught origami to Big Boss housemates, will now take on American wrestlers on the new show on Colors
    Yamamotoyama, the genial housemate from Bigg Boss 5, will now enter Colors’ new show Ring Ka King. The Japanese sumo wrestler had been a part of BB5 for a couple of days as Colors desperately tried to increase the ratings of the show. While we can’t really say if it worked, the channelwallahs sure think it did. Why else would they bring him back to increase the popularity of their new show Ring Ka King? Click here to read more

  • | February 7th, 2012

    TV review: ‘Ring Ka King’ is sleep-inducing

    TV review: ‘Ring Ka King’ is sleep-inducing

    Touted as the little brother of the World Wrestling Federation championship, the new hardcore wrestling show on Colors is unoriginal, insipid and boring
    When the Great Khali captured everyone’s imagination with his massive build, incredible power and unbelievable fan following by exploding on to the international wrestling circuit, India suddenly woke up to a new urge: to produce its own home-bred superstar wrestlers. Ring Ka King was touted as India’s answer to international wrestling championships like WWF, but sadly the attempt to produce heavyweight champions with a desi tadka seems to have gone wrong. Click here to read more