7 Most expensive TV shows that Flopped miserably

Despite having grand set, popular star cast and huge production, few TV shows went Off Air due to low TRP, So, let have a look at seven most expensive Indian TV shows that shut down very soon.

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Indian Television has witnessed many shows that cost more than films. But, with a huge star cast, larger than life sets and some magnificent VFX few of the TV serial failed to make a mark on the audience and went Off Air soon. Here are the seven most expensive Indian TV shows that shut down very soon. 

Aarambh: With this serial Veteran Bollywood actress Tanuja made her TV debut. The serial starring Rajniesh Duggal and Karthika Nair failed to impress the audience and went off air after 24 episodes. 

Porus: The historical drama based on Indian warrior and ruler Porus, King of the Pauravas and Alexander The Great premiered on 27 November 2017 was said to be the most expensive show on Indian television, having a budget of about 500 crores but sadly the serial starring Laksh Lalwani, Rohit Purohit and Rati Pandey wrapped up after 249 episodes.

Prithvi Vallabh: Serial starring Ashish Sharma and Sonarika Bhadoria created a lot of buzz amongst the masses. The show which premiered on 20 January 2018 went off air after 45 episodes despite being a magnum opus of Small Screen. 

Dastaan-E-Mohabbat Salim Anarkali: After his superhit serial 'Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi' charming actor Shaheer Sheikh made a comeback with this historical serial which was lossily based on Bollywood Cult Mughal-E-Azam. But Shaheer's magic didn't work this time and the serial which started on 1 October 2018 was wrapped within 69 episodes.

Chittor Ki Rani Padmini Ka Johar: An Indian historical drama based on the life of the Rani of Chitor Padmini kick-started from 25 May 2009 but serial failed to survive even 50 episodes. The serial had Tejaswini Lonari and Rohit Bakshi in the lead. 

Prem ya Paheli: Chandrakanta: Kritika Kamra's much talked about serial Chandrakanta premiered on 4 March 2017 was a fantasy television show. But despite its grand set and huge production, the show had to be stopped within 3 months because of low TRP. 

Yuddh: More then the show audience were excited to see Bollywood Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on the small screen after KBC. Stating that the production value of the show was lacking for a project where each episode costs an estimated ₹3 crores, the show was stopped after 20 episodes.

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