Bigg Boss 10 is back and so is it’s ‘Mazedaar‘ host Salman Khan who always entertain his fans. We decided to walk down the memory lane and revisit some of the many cool moments where International celebrities set the bar high for Bigg Boss house. There have been many shows but none can possibly match the popularity of ‘Bigg Boss’. Call it the creative strategy or the concept of the game, Bigg Boss has always put their fans in for a surprise.
Call it Pamela Anderson’s ‘Dhak-Dhak’ dance, Veena Malik’s controversial stint with Ashmit Patel or Andrew Symonds experience with the house members, the audience loved the way Bigg Boss stitched in memories for us. Even the new concept of the show is already creating a buzz among the die-hard fans.
The new season has decided to bring in more surprises for us and the biggest being that the gates are now open for the commoners. Every now and then, the makers of Bigg Boss 10 are spilling the beans regarding the theme, premiere date and the contestant list of the show. For all those Bigg Boss enthusiasts, who have missed out and are still wondering what will be different this time, we have all the answers! For starters, viewers won’t have to wait for too long to see Salman Khan as the host of the show as details regarding the premier of the show are already out. As per the details, Bigg Boss season 10, will kick start from October 16, 2016. The show will air on Colors channel at 10:30 pm from Monday to Friday and at 9 pm on the weekends.
Fans who are eagerly waiting to see the new change in the format of the game, are in for a sweet surprise as the makers have decided to bring in celebrities who will live with the commoners in the house. A few names like Rahul Raj, Mayur Verma, VJ Bani, Trupti Desai, Sunil Grover and Sana Saeed have surfaced online that will tag along with the commoners inside the house.
The show has peaked our interest with its unique format. It will be a delight to see the ‘Jugalbandi’ of commoners and the celebrities. Salman Khan was recently asked about the surviving strategy in the house and he replied to the Indian Express, “‘Bigg Boss’ is one show where no strategy works. It’s like a blank slate in a lot of ways where the contestants have to carve their own path. What really works is a presence of mind.”