Bigg Boss 14: This Salman Khan Show Will NOT Approach Celebrities With 'Travel History' In The Wake Of COVID-19 Outbreak?

The makers of Bigg Boss 14 say NO, NO to all the celebrities having international travel histories, for all the obvious reasons!

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Bigg Boss 14: This Salman Khan Show Will NOT Approach Celebrities With 'Travel History' In The Wake Of COVID-19 Outbreak?
Every news update surrounding the latest season of Salman Khan's popular reality show - Bigg Boss - is only adding to fans' excitement. Well, at least they have something to rejoice about amid such tough times. While the reports of Bigg Boss 14 going on floors in the month of September this year are everywhere, it has now come to our notice that the makers of BB14 are taking the slightest of necessary precautions amid the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak. Well, even if that includes not approaching celebrities with travel history. Yes, you read that right! A report in Pinkvilla suggests so.

The portal states how the makers of Bigg Boss 14 are ensuring all the contestants' safety in every possible way. And keeping that in mind, they have decided to not to consider celebrities with a history of traveling to some other country, as a consequence of the Coronavirus outbreak across the globe. Earlier in the day, we exclusively reported how all the latest contestants will be locked inside the controversial house on September 26, while the reality show will air on the 27th. As of now, the team is locking the final list of names, which includes TV stars, YouTubers and Tiktokers.

As for the rumoured names, this year we have Nia Sharma, Vivian D'Sena, Sushmita Sen's brother Rajeev Sen and Shubangi Atre's names floating across the internet.


In other news, Salman Khan is expected to shoot for the show's promo in his Panvel farmhouse itself and the concept of this season will revolve around lockdown. Excited, aren't you?


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