Bigg Boss 14: Salman Khan's Show To Be Delayed AGAIN By A Month? Read Deets

As fans were over-excited for Bigg Boss 14, now they have to wait a little longer as the shoot of Salman Khan's reality show has reportedly been pushed further

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Bigg Boss 14: Salman Khan's Show To Be Delayed AGAIN By A Month? Read Deets
Ever since it was announced that Salman Khan hosted reality show Bigg Boss season 14 is coming, this has psyched many and fans just can't seem to wait for it, given the fact season 13 was a tremendous hit. However, as people are waiting for this show, we hear that now the fans have to wait for a little longer as it is said to be delayed AGAIN and all thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. As per a report in BollywoodLife, the show will be delayed further this year and it is due to the COVID-19 pandemic that the shoot has been pushed ahead.
 
It is also said that Salman Khan will shoot for the same from his farmhouse in Panvel. A source told the portal that the shoot is likely to begin in the last week of October and before entering, all the 16 contestants will be tested for COVID-19 and the house will be sanitised while also taking proper measures during shooting BB14. The show will consist of 16 contestants amongst which 13 would be celebrities and 3 would be commoners. 
 
A source close to the development of the show told a portal, "While the show had started on October 1 last year, this time around, the shoot is likely to begin from the last week of October. The participants will be a mix of celebrities and commoners. The team has shortlisted 30 people, of which 16 will enter the Bigg Boss house. The 16 contestants, comprising 13 celebrities and three commoners, will be tested for COVID-19 before being sent inside the house. The set as well as the items inside the house will be sanitised."



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