September 5, 2016 9:11:23 am
Bigg Boss 10 is so close that we can actually taste the excitement, the intrigue, and the controversies. India’s most loved and most controversial reality show is likely to land in October but there is already a lot happening on that front. To begin with, we can share with you Salman Khan’s look on the show.
Salman’s favourite designer Ashley Rebello, who has been styling the Tubelight actor on screen and off it, has shared the first look of Salman from Bigg Boss 10 sets. He wrote as a caption: “It’s that time of the year again!
#BiggBoss10 #Promo #SalmanKhan styled by #AshleyRebello.”
He shared two images — while one is that of Salman in the second promo, the first one sure looks like the one Salman likes to sport on the show. Looking stylish and cool, Salman is shooting on the sets.
Rumours say Salman has been given his own villa in Lonavala where Bigg Boss house is situated. The actor will be based there during the shooting of the show and will be travelling to and fro for his upcoming film, Tubelight’s shoot.
The second promo of Bigg Boss 10 released this weekend and it was good to see Salman inside the wrestling ring again. While the actor didn’t wrestle himself, he had some interesting insights to share.
Meanwhile, the prospective list of celeb entrants inside BB10 house has started doing the rounds. The expected names are Shiney Ahuja, Kabir Bedi, Radhey Maa, Sunil Grover and Pratyusha Banerjee’s boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh.
Bigg Boss 10: Check out Salman Khan’s look here
— Ashley Rebello (@ashley_rebello1) September 4, 2016
Before she was murdered, there was buzz that Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch had also been approached by the makers. Colors is yet to confirm the final list of participants or the release date of the show.
Watch Salman Khan in Bigg Boss 10 promo
— Raj Nayak (@rajcheerfull) September 3, 2016
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