Salman Khan is gearing up for foraying into television and web production.
The superstar's television production house Salman Khan TV has joined hands with Deepak Dhar led Banijay Asia and together they will churn out scripted and non-scripted shows across genres for the television and web audience.
The focus will be on Indian and South-East Asian markets.
The 'Race 3' star issued a statement to a news agency to confirm the development.
"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," he said.
Dhar, the founder and CEO of Banijay Asia, said, "I am really looking forward to this association as creating ground-breaking and challenging content, especially for India and South East Asia, has been my forte."
"This is an extremely substantial partnership for us. With the emerging shows, in television and digital, this collaboration will build our presence in India and South East Asia," he added.
Salman is coming back with the third season of his superhit reality game show 'Dus Ka Dum', the promo of which have created quite a buzz. It will premier on June 4.
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