BIGG BOSS 15 Latest Update: Salman Khan Hosted Show To Premiere On Voot 6 Weeks Before Hitting Television; Viewers To Select Contestants And Their 'Tasks'

BIGG BOSS 15 is set to go Digital First by launching on the streaming platform VOOT ahead of its television premiere.

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BIGG BOSS 15 Latest Update: Salman Khan Hosted Show To Premiere On Voot 6 Weeks Before Hitting Television; Viewers To Select Contestants And Their 'Tasks'
New times, New Ways, New Destination. Salman Khan Hosted Bigg Boss 15, will air on Colors 6 weeks after its premiere on Voot. Yes, it’s arriving early! The Indian edition of the world’s biggest and most controversial reality show BIGG BOSS is set to go Digital First this time by launching on the streaming platform VOOT ahead of its television premiere.

The first six weeks of the six-month run of BIGG BOSS OTT will be accessible to fans in the palm of their hands 24X7, giving them a chance to enjoy the direct and deeper engagement, connection, and indulgence in the goings-on of the popular house. So, BIGG BOSS OTT ke Mazze Loot only on VOOT! Also read: Salman Khan's Big boss 15 Will Air For Six Long Months?- EXCLUSIVE

Expect a line-up of some of the most sensational names, known faces, and influencers from the Indian entertainment canvas to paint the BIGG BOSS OTT world with lots of drama, melodrama, and emotions. The ‘Janta' factor this time will be giving the common man the uncommon powers of Bigg Boss OTT by enabling them to handpick the contestants and the contestants’ stay, tasks, and their exit on the show. Overall, the new season promises to be a unique experience for the people, by the people! Also read: Bigg Boss 15: List Of Contestants, Auditions, Registration Process, Start Date; Here’s All You Need To Know About The Upcoming Season

An annual entertainer that has got seamless love from audiences over the years, BIGG BOSS is one of the most anticipated and celebrated shows on the entertainment calendar in India. And this year, it gets bigger with unlimited drama and by extending its presence on a new destination, VOOT, the country’s second-largest digital video-on-demand streaming service.




Image source: COLORS TV
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