Bigg Boss 14 Contestants To Get Quarantined Before Entering The House- EXCLUSIVE

SpotboyE.com has it that the participants of Bigg Boss 14 will be sent in isolation for 14 days by the makers, after which they will be tested for COVID-19 and only if they test negative, they will be finally entering the controversial house

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Bigg Boss 14 Contestants To Get Quarantined Before Entering The House- EXCLUSIVE
Bigg Boss 14 is all set to hit TV screens soon. And to raise the excitement level of viewers, makers have already dropped multiple promos starring show's host, Salman Khan. Before you witness the drama inside the controversial house, SpotboyE.com has got some inside information for you all.

As we all know that makers have decided a lockdown theme for the contestants and will part the house in Red and Green Zone, but do you know the contestants will also be isolated for 14 days before they get locked inside the house? ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: Beyhadh 2's Jennifer Winget Turns Down 3 Crore Per Week Offer; Will Co-Star Shivin Narang Join The Show?

You read it right. Endemol has informed the participating contestants about the idea already that before stepping in, they have to stay under isolation provided by the makers and after the test results are negative, they will be sent in. As per the initial plans, the contestants were supposed to be quarantined by August 23, however, there is a delay in the plan. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: Ramanand Sagar’s Great Granddaughter Sakshi Chopra Known For Her Revealing Instagram Posts Approached For The Show?

By now a lot of names have been speculated who may enter the show which includes names like Nia Sharma, Jasmin Bahsin, Shivin Narang, Akanksha Puri, Pavitra Punia, Sneha Ullal, Donal Bisht and more. Let's see who finally makes it inside the controversial house. 






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