Bigg Boss 16 premiere LIVE UPDATES

Bigg Boss 16 premiere LIVE UPDATES: Salman Khan discusses the Rs 1000 crore fee for the Colors show

Bigg Boss 16 premiere LIVE UPDATES: Salman Khan discusses the Rs 1000 crore fee for the Colors show:

Bigg Boss 16 premiere LIVE UPDATES: At a Mumbai event, host Salman Khan engaged the press. The famous person spoke about the forthcoming season and his twelve-year involvement with the reality programme.

At the Bigg Boss 16 press conference in Mumbai on Tuesday, superstar Salman Khan engaged with the media. He introduced the first participant at the event and provided a sneak preview of what the upcoming season will entail for viewers. This year, Bigg Boss will “play the game” with the competitors, according to the reality show’s advertisements.

Unlike every year, there isn’t much buzz about Bigg Boss before its premiere, and only a few well-known celebrities have signed on. With actors Tina Dutta, Sreejita De, and Gautam Vig, television faces will once again predominate the programme. Locked inside the house are Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia, Shalin Bhanot, and Sumbul Touqueer. 

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Along with Haryanvi dancer Gori Nagori, other participants include Miss India Manya Singh, Bollywood actor Soundarya Sharma, and others. Sajid Khan, a filmmaker and #MeToo accuser, will probably appear on Salman’s show. Although there has been no confirmation as of yet, TV stars Chandni Sharma, Prakruti Mishra, and Shivin Narang. It’s possible that Munawar Faruqui and Surbhi Jyoti will participate in Bigg Boss 16.

Given that Bigg Boss will take part in the game this season, the reality programme is rumored to have new ground rules. As he dressed as Gabbar Singh and Mogambo for the promos, host Salman Khan was seen channeling his inner evil. Additionally, he promised to include some fresh game-changing wrinkles, ensuring that everyone’s plans would fall flat.

On October 1 and 2, Salman Khan will present the participants in the Bigg Boss  16 grand premiere before they spend the next 105 days cooped up inside the house. Then, from Monday through Friday at 10 p.m. The programme will air, and at 9:30 p.m., Bollywood Bhaijaan will question the residents of the house on Weekend Ka Vaar.