MTV Roadies New Season Ranvijay Singh Performs Dangerous Task Contestants Roadies, Neha Dhupia Reaction

MTV Roadies New SeasonThe popularity of reality shows is increasing in Indian television. You can watch many types of reality shows on Indian TV. These include shows like Singing, Dancing, Quiz Shows, Dangerous Stunts and Big Boss. These shows have tremendous fan following. Viewers connect themselves with the contestants on the show. One such show is MTV Roadies which has been ruling TV for many years. The makers are soon preparing to bring the new season of the show MTV Roadies-18, a video of it has surfaced in which Judge Ranvijay Singh gives a difficult task to the contestants.

MTV Roadies is quite popular among youth and young generation. The video of this show that has surfaced is being told of an old clip, because Karan Kundra is also seen in it, who is currently a part of Bigg Boss. Karan Kundrra and Neha Dhupia are seen sitting on the judge’s chair and third judge Rannvijay asks a boy to jump high on the drums. After this, he asks one by one to move his left and right legs forward. Neha Dhupia’s mouth is left open after seeing the speed with which the contestant jumps on the drum. Later Rannvijay rolls the drum and asks him to balance it. Seeing the young man doing this task, Neha Dhupia gives surprised expressions and applauds.

It has been given in the caption with this promo that ‘If you can also do it, then send your entry for the new season.’ Although when this show will start, its date has not been revealed. Recently, there was news that the makers are looking for an international location for this. Three options are being considered for the shooting of the 18th season, Bahrain, Dubai and Russia, soon the makers will finalize it.

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