Splitsvilla is back on MTV with season 9

MUMBAI: Love is always thickened with various elements and fights or clashes are an innate part of it. After 8 successful seasons, MTV is back with one of the most popular reality show Splitsvilla. Television viewers can witness all the drama, clashes and fights from 12 June 2016 every Sunday at 7 pm. The show will hit TV screens right after the completion of Roadies X4.

Produced by Colosceum Media, the channel has retained Sunny Leone and Rannvijay Singh as the hosts for the show. For the 15 episodic Splitsvilla, MTV has roped in four sponsors for this season and is likely to lock a deal with Karbonn.

A source close to the development said that the per episode production cost of Splitsvilla  is approximately Rs 23 to Rs 25 lakh. Revealing further, the source said, “The hosts are all spiced up like never before. Viewers will be able to see many known TV personalities as contestants in the show”. With fights, jealousy, hatred, friendship, backstabbing and love, the show will see 16 wild contestants getting together.

A 10 second slot rates for the show should be in the region of Rs 10,000 for originals and Rs 5,000 for repeats, opines a media planner.

Splitsvilla is being shot in Pondicherry with many twists and clashes. In this season as well, show followers will be able to see the male and female ratio continuously changing during the entire course of the show.


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