September 12, 2016 10:44:41 am
On Bigg Boss 10, Salman Khan wants you to be ready for the bizarre and the strange. And it won’t be celebs who will be giving us weird, but common people like you and me.
Salman Khan’s new Bigg Boss 10 promo has answered many of our questions and raised some new ones. We all know that Bigg Boss, the big daddy of all reality shows, will be landing mid-October with a twist to stagger its huge fanbase. Everything will go topsy-turvy and Bigg Boss, the way we knew it, will cease to exist.
And the big shift is the entry of the common people, with their not-so-common foibles, inside the Bigg Boss house. Celebs who have been part of the show all along are known faces. However, regular people will be completely new currency.
As the video begins, we see the security guard of Salman’s building telling him something spicy. His neighbour wants to be a part of Bigg Boss 10 and has even applied. There is just one problem, the man walks in his sleep with his sandal in his hands. Salman, the man who always has the last word, says, “Usne Bigg Boss ka ghar handle nahi kiya to yahi sandal usse padega.”
He then gives us the big news, “Vichitra aam public will be coming too. Invite to har baar nahi karunga yaar, aap hi ka to ghar hai yaar.” While we had known all along that common people will be a part of the show but Salman’s reveal showed what to expect: ‘Vichitra’ or strange or bizarre. This seems to be the one criteria by which regular people seems to be chosen.
Salman Khan is an integral part of one of Indian television’s biggest and most controversial shows. The superstar will be hosting the upcoming season for the seventh time. This is the third promo of Bigg Boss 10 and we earlier saw him as an astronaut and a wrestler.
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