Rohit Shetty on how his enormous stunts caused KKK 12’s budget to soar: I said, “Mujhe badnaam mat karo”


With the next “blockbuster” season of Khatron Ke Khiladi 12, Rohit Shetty is prepared. The director claims that his passion for the programme is what keeps him coming back. You won’t find a show like it on any other platform or channel. It’s unique. My love of action also draws me to hosting KKK. The support I receive from the crowd is the most valuable to me. Everything becomes even more unique as a result, Rohit said the reporter.

Every year, he said, he gains many new experiences and has the opportunity to learn a great deal from each contender. “Normally, we are producing movies or working in the office. The much-needed respite is brought about by travelling to Cape Town to film for Khatron. Additionally, because I work with the same team, it’s like a huge family reunion. Even though it is not at all an easy show, these difficulties add to its uniqueness. Being able to watch these competitors work really hard and overcome their anxieties gives you motivation for life.

It’s commonly known that Rohit Shetty loves epic action sequences. We talked about how his presence and way of working might have increased the show’s budget given that he bombs automobiles in a flash and generates the biggest action sequences. The Singham director exclaimed, “Arre mere ko badnaam mat karo (Don’t blame me),” with a loud chuckle. One of the most expensive shows, in my opinion, is Khatron Ke Khiladi. Such a budget is necessary due to the show’s size and calibre. I’m not involved in it at all.

The action star, who refers to himself as the “Khiladi of action,” claimed that the only thing that concerns him is “losing his loved ones.” Rohit Shetty responded, “I suppose the ones that are smelly,” when we asked him which creepy creature he wouldn’t want to get near to. I have no issues with anything else, though.

Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 will begin airing on Colors every weekend at 9 p.m. on July 2. Participants in the competition include Sriti Jha, Rubina Dilaik, Pratik Sehajpal, Aneri Vajani, Nishant Bhat, Rajiv Adatia, Jannat Zubair, Kanika Mann, Erika Packard, Shivangi Joshi, Faisal Shaikh, Mohit Malik, Tushar Kalia, and Chetna Pande.