Salman Khan Collaborates With 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' Makers For Producing TV & Web Content

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| May 23 , 2018 , 16:42 IST

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan seems to be venturing into the field of production heads on. Having already bankrolled multiple Hindi films, the actor's television production house SK TV has collaborated with Banijay Group for creating content across television and web formats.

Notably, Banijay Group is an independent content creation platform, known for backing shows like Survivor and Keeping up with the Kardashians. The Paris-headquartered company had entered Indian and South East Asian market under the guidance of Deepak Dhar.

Banijay Asia aims to produce content across genres and will create stimulating content for TV and web with Salman Khan TV (SK TV). The duo will work on producing scripted and non-scripted content across the numerous interesting genres for Indian and South East Asian markets.

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"This country is home to various talented people who don’t get a fair chance to prove themselves, we at SK TV not only aim to produce engaging content with our partners like Banijay Group but also provide a fair platform to these young and budding individuals," Salman Khan told IANS.

"Honestly, the employment opportunities I can provide on the film front are limited because I am able to do only one or maximum two films each year. However, SK TV has a broader base where we will be coming up with multiple shows across various genres hence generating better employment opportunities for these hidden talents who aspire to make it big," he added.

Banijay Asia founder and CEO, Deepak Dhar added, "I am really looking forward for this association as creating ground-breaking content for India and South East Asia, creating challenging content has been my forte. This is an extremely substantial partnership for us to associate with SK TV. With the emerging shows, in television and digital this collaboration will build our presence in India and South East Asia."