Bigg Boss 14: Salman Khan’s Show To Air For Half-An-Hour On Weekdays, But Wait There’s A Catch

Reportedly, instead of the usual one hour, Bigg Boss 14 will air for half-an-hour on Weekdays. But there’s an interesting catch. Read on if you’re disappointed

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Bigg Boss 14: Salman Khan’s Show To Air For Half-An-Hour On Weekdays, But Wait There’s A Catch
Brace yourselves for the never-ending drama and entertainment as television’s most controversial show, Bigg Boss is arriving with its 14th season on October 3, 2020. Ahead of its grand premiere launch, the makers are busy giving final touches. As the show is nearing its opening date, names of new contestants and new updates about the show are making headlines. Rumours mills are abuzz that after Kavita Kaushik, reports of TV couple Rubina Dilaik and husband Abhinav Shukla are rumoured to be a part of the show.

Now here's the latest update about the show. According to latest reports, there’s a slight change in the airing length of Salman Khan’s show. As per a report in Pinkvilla, instead of the usual one hour, Bigg Boss will air for half-an-hour on Weekdays. The reason behind the change is the ongoing Indian Premier League. Well, this piece of news may have disappointed you but wait before you read this. There’s a catch in makers’ planning. Well, the change of airing time is only for a month. Yes! After a month, Bigg Boss 14 will air for an hour on Weekdays, just like good old days.

A source close to the development revealed to the portal, “The makers have chosen a shorter format this time because of the ongoing IPL season. Unlike other years, the COVID outbreak caused a postponement in the IPL dates and with the tournament being played out right now, the TRPs won't be as high as they expect it to be. But this is just for a month. After around a month, they will get back to the old 1-hour slot.”





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