Bigg Boss 14

Bigg Boss 14 Premiere: Salman Khan completes shooting for Bigg Boss 14 premiere with full precautions

Bigg Boss 14 Premiere Salman Khan

The 14th season of Salman Khan’s controversial show ‘Bigg Boss’ is going to start in two days. In the Corona era, Bigg Boss makers have made many changes in the show, due to which the audience is quite excited for it. The excitement of the premiere episode of ‘Bigg Boss 14’ can be seen clearly on social media from now on. According to reports, the makers of ‘Bigg Boss 14’ will take full care of the corona epidemic, due to which they have made many changes in the format of the show.

Salman Khan’s ‘Bigg Boss 14’ will premiere on Saturday 3rd October 2020 at 9PM. Salman Khan has recently shared a picture from the set of ‘Bigg Boss 14’ on his social media account, in which he is seen wearing a mask on his face. Salman Khan has decided to wear black shirt-pants for the ‘Bigg Boss 14’ premiere episode, in which he looks very handsome. Sharing his latest picture, Salman Khan wrote, ‘This weekend Bigg Boss 14 is coming to your house.’

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#BiggBoss14 coming to you this weekend…

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From the picture shared by Salman Khan, it is clear that the impact of Corona will be seen on Bigg Boss 14. While Salman Khan is seen with a mask, a test has also been arranged for contestants who enters the Bigg Boss house after performing grand entry in style.

For those who do not know ‘Bigg Boss 14’ will start from 3rd October 2020. On the same day, Salman Khan will reveal the contestants participating in ‘Bigg Boss 14’. It is heard that in view of the corona epidemic, this time the makers have made arrangements for everything from the spa to super market inside BB house. By the way, how excited are you for the premiere episode of ‘Bigg Boss 14’, do let us know in the comment section below.

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Nick Summers is a senior reporter, editor and photographer. He studied multimedia journalism at Bournemouth University and holds an NCTJ certificate. Nick previously worked at The Next Web and FE Week, an education-focused newspaper in the US.

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