Updated: September 4, 2016 8:17:17 am
Salman Khan is back inside a wrestling ring, a place we loved to see him in his blockbuster Sultan this year. The only difference is this time he isn’t doing some dhobi-pachad moves. Rather he is enjoying a game sitting outside the ring. So what makes the new promo of Bigg Boss season 10 interesting? Once again, the antics of Salman Khan!
The second promo of the controversial reality show was released by its makers today. And looks like the new strategy to promote the show is to present Salman in as many different avatars as possible. So we saw him dressed an an astronaut in the first trailer. And now he goes back to the wrestling arena.
Salman Khan is ruling the promos of BB this time too, for we know that no season of the show is complete without the superstar’s presence. And knowing Salman’s hectic schedule, the actor still manages to squeeze in the show on his calender every year, just to make sure his fans get the most of him both on the big and the small screen too. So while last time he kept hopping between his Sultan sets and Bigg Boss studios for every weekend episode, this time he will be doing the same, but from his next film Tubelight’s sets. And as per his own words in the promo, the new season will offer something his fans have never seen before. For the first time, the makers of the BB are opening their gates for common man who will compete with the celebrities for the prize money.
Reports suggest that the upcoming season is set to kick start on October 16, and will have some highly controversial celebrities. Looks like this has become a requisite to participate in the show. Whatever be it, till the time the audience is getting its daily dose of entertainment and the channel getting its rating, nobody is complaining!
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