There are very few reality shows on TV that entail the participation of the entire family. Remebering this thing, the directors of Sab Khelo Sab Jeeto, which means Let's All Play and Win in English, decided to launch this show. Asit Modi is the producer. Uditanshu Mehta is the creative head. Vinod is the director. Neela Telefilms is the production company backing the program. Its first installment met with a rising success due to its unique and fun content. It prompted them to come up with another season after a gap of nearly two years.
Sab TV Channel, which aims to tickle the funny bones of its viewers and showcases purely entertaining and family-centric shows, was the official broadcaster of the program. Those who wished to participate would have to register themselves and then go through the auditions that the makers conducted across the country. There was a condition that the family should contain at least four or more than four persons. Every family member, irrespective of their age, would engage in fun games and competition.
The games were not very physically straining but contained simple tasks like bursting the balloons together without using hands, balance a huge ball on the spoon, dress up a mannequin, and much more. All of these were time-bounded. It also enabled them to spend some time together and bond as a unit. The makers would gift various utensils or electronic gadgets and cash prizes to the winners. The makers had promised to double up the fun quotient this time so that not only the participating members but viewers seeing the show on TV would also be able to enjoy it.
The creators encountered a few problems while casting for the host. They wanted Cyrus Sahukar, an actor and a comedian, who was the host of the previous season as well to continue his stint. However, the deal didn't materialize, and they later contemplated signing Mantra, an accomplished radio-jockey, and live-show host. Finally, they managed to get
Smriti Kalra, who earned several accolades for her role as Suvreen in Channel V's show Suvreen Guggal, backed the opportunity to host. It was her second stint as a host after Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya. It would feature on TV on Saturday and Sunday, at nine in the night. However, despite of the popularity and the buzz about it, the second installment was unable to replicate the success of its first chapter.