Salman Khan's Bigg Boss which is touted to be the most controversial show is coming backing with season 14 and given the fact that season 13 was a massive hit, fans across the country are waiting for Bigg Boss 14 with bated breath. As the announcement of season 14 was done and fans were curious about the contestants, it was said that TV actors Vivian Dsena and Nia Sharma along with Raaz actor Adhyayan Summan have been approached for the show, according to Mumbai Mirror reports. However, Summan has now rubbished the claims of him being a part of the show and called it 'FALSE news.'
Taking it to his Twitter handle, he shared a tweet which read, "False news of me being a part of big boss! Thanks but no thanks! Disrespectful to say the least! #BigBoss @ColorsTV please clarify this! Regards." In fact, when a fan requested him not to join Bigg Boss, to which he said that he would never go there even if the world comes to an end. The fan commented, "Please dont take part in big boss. I dont want you to fight in big boss for petty issues. Please live a dignified n respectful life. I want to watch you in movies not in Tv Shows. Keep smiling have a better year ahead. Thank You."
To which Summan replied, "Even if it was the end of the world I Would never go there don’t worry! That’s not my career goal." Check out the tweets here:
Even if it was the end of the world I Would never go there don’t worry ! That’s not my career goal— adhyayan summan (@AdhyayanSsuman) July 15, 2020
Meanwhile, as per a report in BollywoodLife, the show will be delayed further this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With this, the show is likely to begin in the last week of October. The reports also stated that before entering, all the 16 contestants will be tested for COVID-19 and the house will be sanitised. The show will consist of 16 contestants amongst which 13 would be celebrities and 3 would be commoners.
Image source: Instagram/ adhyayansuman/ colorsTV
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