Whether or no you are a Shah Rukh Khan fan, you have been waiting for the Indian version of the popular TED Talks.  For the uninitiated, TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design which, is a media organization that conducts talks online that are freely distributed, under the slogan “ideas worth spreading”. The much talked about show has been keeping us waiting for it for the longest time, and we can’t wait keep calm anymore. Well, the show that is called TED Talks India- Nayi Soch is finally set to go on air from December 10, 2017.  King Khan took to his Twitter account to share the first promo of the show in which he is seen telling the viewers in his usual charming manner that the show will premiere on December 10 at 7 pm on Star Plus.

The show has already been postponed quite a lot of times and with SRK announcing the dates in the new promo we can finally rejoice. Anyway, we’re excited mainly because, after ‘Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain?’ and a brief stint of hosting Kaun Banega Crorepati, SRK will be back on the small screen with this show. This in itself has piqued our interests for the show. In fact, SRK began his acting career with TV shows like Fauji and Circus which were highly appreciated in those days.  Meanwile, take a look at the video promo video below: (ALSO READ : Shah Rukh Khan Keen On Hosting Bigg Boss But Only Under These Conditions)

The show is expected to have an interesting line up of guests. Right from Javed Akhtar, Mithila Raj to Karan Johar have reportedly already shot for the show.Although TED was originally started, mainly focusing on just technology and entertainment, it gradually broadened and expanded its scope to include scientific, cultural, and academic issues to speak on.  Today it’s a repository of knowledge with some of the most influential people from each domain speaking on their area of expertise. It would be interesting to see an interesting line up of experts from various fields coming on the same platform to share their knowledge. Now doesn’t that sound exciting?