Lock Upp concluded on Saturday after saying humorist Munawar Faruqui because of the winner. The captivity-based actuality show had controversial celebrities as its prisoners, who needed to compete and win duties as a way to acquire fundamental requirements. Ekta Kapoor, who produced the show, has now thanked actor Kangana Ranaut for supporting Lock Upp, an ‘Indian idea’, by changing into its host. She additionally revealed that the idea for the show was given by her buddy, actor Ridhi Dogra.

Ekta Kapoor had hosted a successful bash for Lock Upp on Sunday, which was attended by the show’s host Kangana Ranaut, Karan Kundrra, its contestants, and Ekta’s buddies. Ridhi was additionally in attendance. Ekta took to her Instagram account on Tuesday to share a video that included photos from the get-together, movies from the finale, and clips from the show. In the caption, she expressed gratitude to those that made the show successful.

She wrote, “Gratitude! And Thank you @kanganaranaut for supporting an Indian idea and homegrown apps in your launch and doing an unbelievable job! @mxplayer for supporting the imaginative and prescient and backing it and @endemolshineind for doing such a fab job! Team @altbalaji for making this idea SAGAR and @rehan_sayyed3! @zulfizak @simplyd_com for making this occur! Varun and @spicepr for the fab advertising and PR!@kkundrra for the understanding of the jailor without a world format to study from!”

She added, “Thanks @iridhidogra for the idea of jail once I wished to be completely different within the actuality house! And @mansii.shrivastav @karanbedi07 for all the time listening and strategising. Thank you the 20 contestants the online-offline groups you have been the lifetime of the show. Thank you audiences. Thank you universe #lockupp. Thank you, GOD. JAI MATA DI.”

Ekta’s revelation that the idea for Lock Upp is given by Ridhi comes after an FIR was filed in opposition to her and her manufacturing home Alt Balaji for plagiarising the show. The complainant Sanober Baig, managing director of Prime Media, claimed that his idea of jail was stolen and was Lock Upp.

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