Bigg Boss 10 promo: Watch 'astronaut' Salman Khan land on the moon to promote upcoming show
The promos for the next season of Bigg Boss are out and it promises to create 'history' this time. Apparently the tenth season of the reality show will have no celebrities but only ordinary people as part of the show.
The promo for the next season of Bigg Boss is out and it promises to create 'history' this time. Apparently, the tenth season of the reality show will have no celebrities but only ordinary people featuring on it.
The promo has piqued a lot of interest as it features Salman Khan in an astronaut suit landing on the moon. He discloses the new twist saying, "Ab aam public aa rahi hain pehli baar in Bigg Boss. Toh create hogi history, par kya hoga, that is the mystery. Bigg Boss Season 10 with common women and men." (The common public is coming to Bigg Boss for the first time. History will be created, but what will happen, that is the mystery.)
Raj Nayak, CEO of Colors, shared the promo on his Twitter account.
— Raj Nayak (@rajcheerfull) August 27, 2016
It is said that the suit was designed by designer Ashley Rebello for the promo.
Speaking to The Times of India, Salman had earlier said, “This year Bigg Boss is going to be the most stressful one for me. This season is going to have celebrities, stars and also the common man. It is going to be very challenging as people from different sectors are going to be a part of it.”
Earlier reports had suggested that the Santosh Bateshwar Ray, the man who had filed a case against actor Govinda for slapping him a few years ago will also be a part of the show. Apparently even Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch was approached for the show before she was killed in an unfortunate honour killing case.
The show, that will air on Colors, might be launched by October.
Watch the promo here:
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