Bigg Boss Season 13 teaser: Salman Khan dresses as station master to announce the return of reality show
Bigg Boss 13 latest teaser shows Salman Khan dressed as a station master while he explains the concept of this season.
The first promo of much-anticipated Colors reality show Bigg Boss 13 was released on Friday. It features the host, Salman Khan dressed as a station master, explaining the theme of current season.
As the train takes speed, Salman explains that this Bigg Boss instalment will speed up to its finale within four weeks. This makes us wonder if the show will have a handful of inmates or it will switch to multiple eliminations every week. Adding his signature quirk to the promo, he utters in the microphone, “Yeh season hai mera, bohot hi tedha (This season is mine and quite twisted)".
Check out the teaser here
Though the casting for the reality drama is underway, Indian Express reveals that celebrities like Chunky Pandey, Rajpal Yadav, Karan Patel,Dayanand Shetty, Tina Dutta, Devoleena Bhattacharjee and Ankita Lokhande have reportedly been approached for the season,
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According to Indian Express, the new season will deviate from the format of having commoners as contestants, “Bigg Boss 13 will only have celebrities for a change as the makers want to get back the old popularity and charm of the reality show.”
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