After almost 34 years, Takeshi’s Castle is returning with a rebooted edition, and the makers of the show have released the first Hindi teaser for the show. Also, the most exciting part about this trailer is that Bhuvan Bam will be the commentator for the Hindi edition of the show.
Takeshi’s Castle was a Japanese game show that was profoundly loved during the 1990s and early 2000s. In India, Jaaved Jaaferi was behind the voice of a successful show.
During the early 2000s, Pogo used to telecast the show in India, and the commentary by Jaaferi made the show a huge hit in India. Most millennials and even children who were born in the early 2000s might have watched some episodes of the historic show.
About Original Takeshi’s Castle
Between 1986 and 1990, the Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) broadcasted the Japanese game show Takeshi’s Castle. Takeshi Kitano, a Japanese comedian, plays a castle-owning count who challenges players—or a volunteer army—with physically demanding tasks in order to reach him.
The show received immense love from around the world and on April 2, 2005, as part of TBS’s 50th anniversary festivities, a special live “revival” was aired. Eight new episodes of the revival streamed on Prime Video in April 2023.
Takeshi’s Castle OTT Release Date & Platform
Takeshi’s Castle will be an 8-episode series, and it will exclusively stream on Amazon Prime Video. The show will start streaming on November 2, 2023, and Titu Mama, the mighty character from BB Ki Vines Universe, will be the commentator on the show.
The spirit of the original show is revealed in the trailer for the revival. The format of the show will remain the same in its relaunch iteration, with over 100 contestants battling it out in a series of wacky challenges to try and win the 1 million yen prize.
Takeshi’s Castle FAQs
A. Takeshi’s Castle will stream on Amazon Prime Video.
A. Takeshi’s Castle will start streaming on Amazon Prime Video on November 2.
A. Titu Mama, the mighty character from BB Ki Vines Universe, will be the commentator on the show.
A. Takeshi’s Castle started in 1986 in Tokyo, Japan.
A. The original edition of Takeshi’s castle was dubbed by Jaaved Jaaferi.