Talking about one of the most popular and controversial reality shows of the small screen, the first name that comes in mind is that of Bigg Boss hosted by Salman Khan which telecasts on Colors’ channel. Every season has been special for one or the other reason and yet again the show will be coming back with its 13th edition titled as Bigg Boss 13. According to recent reports, the controversial reality show, hosted by Salman Khan, is all set to return in 4 months time, on September 29.
It will replace Madhuri Dixit’s Dance Deewane on Colors TV. BB13 will start telecasting from September 29 this time and given that the show is usually a 15-week affair, the Grand Finale is expected to be around January 12, 2020,”
Usually, the Bigg Boss house is set up in Lonavala every year. But the location will change to Mumbai this time. It will be shot in Film City, Goregaon.
The upcoming season of the show will definitely have something special enstore for the fans. Talking about the previous season Bigg Boss 12, the winning trophy was lifted by Dipika Kakar but the show was termed boring by many viewers. Moreover, it did not performed well on the BARC TRP list.
The buzz around the corner is very strong for this season of Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 13. There are a lot of names that are trending as who is going to enter the house as contestants. Earlier, we reported about Zareen Khan and c who were being said to have been approached, now our very own drama queen Rakhi Sawant has confirmed her entry for this season with beau Deepak Kalal.
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Why no commoners?
The makers are planning to do away with commoner contestants this time as the aam aadmi contestants of the last season failed to make the season a success unlike BB 11. “This decision has been taken after the debacle from last year, where the choices of the commoner participants were questioned blatantly,”. It is to be recalled that certain commoners were believed to be already part of entertainment industry and were accused of faking their identity.