2020 ki har problem ko chaknachoor karne aa gaya hai #BiggBoss! #BB14 Grand Premiere, 3rd Oct, Saturday raat 9 baje, sirf #Colors par.— COLORS (@ColorsTV) September 13, 2020
Catch #BiggBoss2020 before TV on @VootSelect. #AbScenePaltega @BeingSalmanKhan @PlayMPL #DaburDantRakshak @TRESemmeIndia pic.twitter.com/eJlzrtKTr5
Bigg Boss 14 is just around the corner, and the Salman Khan hosted reality show will be back on our television screens on October 3! With only over two weeks to go for the grand premiere, the excitement about the controversial reality show is at its peak. Tentative lists of housemates who are all set to be locked in the Bigg Boss house have been doing the rounds of the Internet, and fans have been keeping track of each and every update about the show.
Now, if reports on the Internet are to be believed, Salman Khan shot for a special promo for Bigg Boss 14 at JW Marriott. According to the Instagram page biggbosskhabri, the special promo was related to the contestants’ quarantine period. There have been reports that the contestants will be quarantined at a hotel in Mumbai, before they enter the BB house. Reports also suggest that after the contestants finish the quarantine period, they will have to undergo COVID-19 tests again before they can enter the house.
Meanwhile, Colors TV had shared the premiere date of Bigg Boss 14 on their social media handles with a post that read, “2020 ki har problem ko chaknachoor karne aa gaya hai #BiggBoss! #BB14 Grand Premiere, 3rd Oct, Saturday raat 9 baje, sirf #Colors par. Catch #BiggBoss2020 before TV on @vootselect.”
Meanwhile, Salman Khan will be shooting for the opening episode on October 1 at Film City, Mumbai, that is, two days ahead of the premiere of the show. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: Sara Gurpal Goes Under Self-Isolation At A Suburban 5-Star Hotel Before Shoot Begins?- EXCLUSIVE
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