Ever since the latest season of controversial reality show Bigg Boss has been announced, a lot of popular names are making the rounds as probables for this season's contestants. Among which one name is Munmun Dutta who essays character of Babita on Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. And now the actress has respond to the reports and cleared the air. Is she actually participating in Bigg Boss 14?
The actress took to her Instagram stories to announce that she is not participating in Salman Khan's reality show. She wrote, "Hello everyone. The news about me appearing in the next season of Bigg Boss is NOT True... I enjoy watching the show but I am not going inside the house dont believe in fake pages. Thank You."
Along with Munnun we also brought to you, a list of other names who refused to participate in this season, which includes Surbhi Jyoti, Rajeev Sen, Tejasswi Prakash, Shubhangi Atre, Adhyanyan Suman, Kuldeep Singh, Chahat Khanna and more. The upcoming season is set to lock-in the final contestants on September 26 at filmcity set and premiere its first episodeon September 27. As per reports the season will be inspired by lockdown situation and tagline of this season will be, 'Bigg Boss 14 Hoga Rocking'.
Coming back to Munmun, the actress has started shooting for her ongoing show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashamh. While resuming shoot in the new normal, the actress told a media portal, "The thing is we haven’t really decided when the new episodes will go on air. But our producer definitely had the idea to start it soon after undertaking all precautionary measures. That’s a great idea. Everything is still at the planning stage. Everyone has to weigh the pros and cons, plan everything accordingly, and then resume work. At the end of the day, we all have a family and home to support. I don't want to speak for others, but I definitely do. Everyone is fighting their own battles financially and I definitely welcome the move by the government to open things up gradually in phases and let people work, just like how different countries around the world are opening up slowly."
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