One of the most controversial comedy show on television, “Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza” will soon go off air.
Krushna Abhishek-Bharti Singh’s comedy show has hit the headlines many times. the show has been in the news lately for offending its guests due to its roast format and many actors have even declined to appear on the show for the same reason.
A source told “The show is going off air and the reason is there for everybody to know and that is innumerable the controversies that have surrounded the show over the fun poked at actors. There hasn’t been any confirmation yet on when and how it will go off air.”
The ratings of the show have dipped considerably and most of the actors who were part of the show including Shharad Malhotra, Sumeet Vyas, Mannan Desai and Amruta Khanvilkar have quit the show.
Despite the show’s host Krushna Abhishek announcing that this season wouldn’t have the roast format unlike the first instalment, actors like John Abraham and Tannishtha Chatterjee walked out of the episodes over jokes directed at them. While John got miffed with jokes at his acting skills, Parched actor Tannishtha found the roast racist.
Recently, actors Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Dhawan, Hrithik Roshan and Akshay Kumar reportedly refused to promote their films on the show, expressing their displeasure over the format.