"The story revolves around a man - his journey and struggle with his collapsing health, his battle with business rivals and his complicated family equations. It is a journey to emerge a winner from despite all odds."
Mumbai, June 1 - Megastar Amitabh Bachchan will return to the host's chair of Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) soon. But his small screen journey doesn't conclude here. He will also be seen in his first fiction TV show - Yuddh.

The promo of his fiction show, directed by Anurag Kashyap, is currently being aired on Sony Entertainment Channel. The official launch will happen Sunday.

The promos or the first look of the new TV serial that I work on shall be revealed tomorrow (Sunday) during the finals of the IPL (Indian Premiere League), Big B said.

See, look, discuss, obtain and finally give in to the peoples' choice. It would start broadcast on Sony TV and shall be the joint venture between Yash Raj films and moi (me), he posted on his official blog srbachchan.tumblr.com.

The promo was published on YouTube May 31 and in a day's time, it has been viewed 8,472 times.

Some of the viewers felt that it is inspired by popular crime drama TV series titled Breaking Bad.

Whether it is an Indian version of the American show, only time will tell when it will reportedly hit the TV sets later this month.

The story revolves around a man - his journey and struggle with his collapsing health, his battle with business rivals and his complicated family equations. It is a journey to emerge a winner from despite all odds.

The show also features Sarika and Kay Kay Menon.


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