Extra Jabardasth

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Extra Jabardasth
GenreComedy show
Directed bySanjeev K Kumar
JudgesRoja (2014 - Present)
Naga Babu (2014 - 2019)
Mano (2019 - Present)
Country of originIndia
Original languageTelugu
No. of seasons1
Production locationsHyderabad, India
Running time75 minutes
Production companiesAnnapurna Studios
Mallemala Entertainments
Original networkETV Network
Original release10 October 2014 (2014-10-10)
Related showsJabardasth (TV series)
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Extra Jabardasth is an Indian Telugu-language comedy television show. It is an extended version of the comedy show Jabardasth. The show is hosted by Rashmi Gautam which broadcasts on the ETV. This show was first telecasted on 10 October 2014. It is one of the most popular Reality Shows on Telugu Television,[1] but it is criticized for its obscene and problematic content.[2][3]

It was initially judged by actor Nagendra Babu and actress Roja until Nagendra Babu left the show. It is now judged by Roja and Mano with a few guest Judges occasionally.


The concept of Jabardasth and Extra Jabardasth is, where six teams participates makes a comedy skit Performance, generally sitcom which are judged by actor Manu and actress Roja to marks 10/10 by each, where the winner(s) gets check prize of 25,000 (US$350) [4] and a poster of the week will be decided based on the skit performed by winners.[5]


Team name Team leader Notable team members
Sudigali Sudheer & Team Sudigali Sudheer Auto Ram Prasad,
Getup Srinu,
Sexy Sunny
Jigel Jivan Jivan
Bullet Bhaskar and Awesome Appi Bhaskar and Apparao
Mass Avinash and Kevvu Karthik Avinash and Karthik
Rocking Rakesh & Team Rakesh
Sarada Satipandu & Adhurs Anand Satipandu & Anand


  1. ^ "Extra Jabardasth makes a surprise entry into the list of Top 5 TV shows - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 December 2020.
  2. ^ kavirayani, suresh (26 May 2017). "Tollywood is a land of misogynistic motormouths!". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 11 December 2020.
  3. ^ "Parental pressure, rejection, adult content: What kids on Telugu reality TV shows face". The News Minute. 9 August 2018. Retrieved 11 December 2020.
  5. ^ "Reasons behind Chalaki Chanti Leaving Jabardasth Comedy Show". 7 December 2014. Retrieved 7 July 2016.

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