Takeshi’s Castle, a popular 80s Japanese game show, now gets an Indian reboot, narrated by actor and content creator Bhuvan Bam as ‘Titu Mama’.
The eagerly anticipated trailer for the exciting Indian revival of the legendary Japanese game show Takeshi's Castle has been released. The hilarious trailer gives the audience a sneak peek at what's to come. The alter ego of actor and content producer Bhuvan Bam, 'Titu Mama,' walks us through the formula of the nostalgic game show and presents us to the key players, among them the legendary Takeshi Kitano.
The trailer features Bhuvan Bam as 'Titu Mama' paying homage to the show's veteran pundit and devoted fan favorite, Javed Jaffrey, while also making a reference to his classic movie, 'Jajantaram Mamantaram.' The gifted actor-host Jaaved Jaaferi hosted the Hindi dubbing of Takeshi's Castle in the past.
This all-new version of the beloved game show is back after a three-decade hiatus, and it has all the quirky, exciting aspects of the original.
"Takeshi's Castle has been an integral part of my formative years and the commentary by Javed sir is etched as a core memory that still cracks me up every time I think of it," said actor and content producer Bhuvan Bam, who would be voicing the show as a commentator.
When and Where to watch Bhuvan Bam's Takeshi's Castle?
The eight-episode revival of Takeshi's Castle, dubbed by the incredibly gifted Bhuvan Bam, will be available for streaming on Prime Video in India exclusively starting on November 2, 2023.
About Takeshi's Castle
Takeshi's Castle comes with over 100 competitors racing through absurd challenges in an attempt to win the hefty one million yen in prize money. With actor and content creator Bhuvan Bam contributing his distinct Indian viewpoint to the show, even though he is under the gunpoint of the Yakuza, the upcoming series is sure to provide fans with endless fun.
Bhuvan Bam caused a stir on the internet on September 14, 2023, when he shared the Takeshi's Castle poster. He has revealed that he would be joining the cast of Takeshi's Castle, the iconic Japanese game show, as a commentator in Hindi. Fans have been awaiting the show's streaming release with bated breath ever since.