Extra Jabardasth

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Extra Jabardasth[1]
GenreComedy show
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Telugu
Production location(s)Annapoorna Studios (filming location)
Running time75 mins (each episode) on Friday – 9:30pm to 10:45 pm IST
Original networkETV Network
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Extra Jabardasth with tagline Katharnak Comedy Show[2] is an extended version of the Jabardasth hosted by Rashmi Gautam which broadcasts on the ETV Network channel Telangana, India. This show was first telecasted on ETV on 10 October 2014

It is judged by actor Nagendra Babu and actress Roja. The show is telecasted on every Friday from 9.30 pm to 10.45 pm. All the episodes of Extra Jabardasth are available in YouTube.


The concept of Jabardasth and Extra Jabardasth is, where six teams participates makes a comedy skit Performance, generally sitcom which are judged by actor Nagendra Babu and actress Roja to marks 10/10 by each, where the winner(s) gets check prize of INRs 25,000 [3] and a poster of the week will be decided based on the skit performed by winners.[4]


Team name Team leader Notable team members Note
Sudigali Sudheer & Team Sudigali Sudheer Auto Ram Prasad,
Getup srinu,
Sexy Sunny
Chammak Chandra & Team Chandra Sattipandu,
Bullet Bhaskar and Awesome Apparao Bhaskar and Apparao
Mass Avinash and Kevu Karthik Avinash and Karthik
Kirrak RP & Team RP
Fasak Sashi & Team Sashi Ajay

Television films[edit]

ETV Network team of shows Jabardasth, Extra Jabardasth, Dhee Ultimate Dance Show, Pataas, Express Raja, Pove Pora and Star Mahila with bringing guests for the events, which is successful in making and telecasting of Festival celebrations till date in references to the Culture.

This is the list of Television film of this team, which is also available on YouTube.

No Year Event Note
01 2014 New Year Special 2015
02 2015 New Year Special 2016
03 2016 Ugadi Ullasam
04 Hai Hai Vinayaka
05 Dasara Mahotsavam
06 Sambaram
07 Welcome to the Party 2017
08 2017 Sankranthi Pandem Kollu
09 Ugadi 369
10 Ganapati Bappa Moriya
11 Dasara Mahotsavam
12 Pandaga Chesko
13 It's Time to Party 2018
14 2018 Saradaga Sankranti
15 Aha Naa Pellanta
16 Vachadayyo Swamy
17 Sarrainollu
18 Tarajuvvalu
19 Evadi Gola Vadidi
20 2019 Sakutumba Saparivara Sametamga

See also[edit]

2•Mallemala Entertainments


  1. ^ Nani (23 January 2015). "Extra Jabardasth Comedy Show 23rd January 2015". AP Today.
  2. ^ "Extra Jabardasth Comedy Show 5th December 2014". AP Today. 6 December 2014. Retrieved 21 September 2015.
  4. ^ "Reasons behind Chalaki Chanti Leaving Jabardasth Comedy Show". 7 December 2014. Retrieved 7 July 2016.

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