Akhri Khilari Kon: Sanam Jung to host new gameshow inspired by British series 

Akhri Khilari Kon: Sanam Jung to host new gameshow inspired by British series 

What could be more enjoyable than vying for a great prize? Observing others engage in conflict over it. The actor Sanam Jung will be hosting a fun competition called Akhri Khilari Kon where contestants can win up to Rs1.5 million.

The Qarar actor stated in an interview that she would once again be hosting. 

British game show

“The Weakest Link, a British game show, in which competitors compete against one another to answer general knowledge questions correctly in order to win a large cash prize, served as an inspiration for the show.” 

The former host of Jago Pakistan Jago said, “This show is primarily a quiz show, and we have nine rounds where we ask questions.” 

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First round’s is $25,000 and goes up to $50

“There is a top prize in every round; the first round’s is $25,000 and goes up to $50. And after some time, if the winners can provide the right answers, they can receive a cash prize of up to Rs. 1.5 million.”

She gave the reasons why it wasn’t achievable, despite being established as a high point. “However, this doesn’t happen since they break the money chain and start again at zero when they provide the incorrect response. If you’ve ever watched The Weakest Link, you may thank it for inspiring this.” 

“It’s actually fun, it’s thrilling to host a show again, especially when there are contestants and they’re participating, it’s nice,” she stated when asked about her comeback to hosting. 

Pakistani gameshow industry

Another addition to the Pakistani gameshow industry is the Bol TV series. Nadia Khan, Faysal Quraishi, and Sheheryar Munawar, among others, have all contributed to bringing these competitions to life on television.

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