Bigg Boss 14 : Salman Khan To Charge Rs 16 Crore Per Week !

Reportedly, you may see no love blossoming inside the Bigg Boss 14 house. Before entering the BB14 house, contestants would undergo

Bigg Boss 14 has become the talk of the town. From the past few weeks, the names of contestants who are rumoured to be the part of the 14th season have surfaced and are doing the rounds on social media. Reportedly, Bigg Boss 13 contestant Paras Chhabra’s ex-girlfriend Akanksha Puri, Naagin 4 Jasmin Bhasin, Karan Kundra, TV actress Alisha Panwar, Mujhse Shaadi Karoge contestant Anchal Khurana, reality show participant Aarushi Dutta and TV actress Mansi Srivastava among others are being considered for the reality show.
Now here’s the latest update about the reality show. As per the latest online reports, all the BB 14 contestants, which will include 13 celebrities and three commoners, will have to undergo a COVID-19 test before entering the house. Not only that, even after entering the house, contestants will also have to follow social distancing norms. Uh-ho! Seems like, all the Bigg Boss 14 fans will see no couples emerging due to pandemic.
Not only that, a report in ABP also suggests that Salman Khan will be charging a whopping amount for the 14th season. Dabangg actor, who has been charging Rs 12 to 14 crore for Bigg Boss 13, will reportedly charge a handsome amount of Rs 16 crore per week. Yes! That’s right! Salman Khan will reportedly charge a whopping amount of Rs 16 Cr per week.
Meanwhile, Bigg Boss is reported to go on air from October. As per earlier reports, the shoot of BB will be delayed further due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A source close to the development had revealed to Bollywoodlife, “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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