Kamal Haasan is back with another season of Bigg Boss Tamil 4- Watch teaser
Bigg Boss Tamil 4 will see superstar Kamal Haasan back as the show's host. Read on to know details about the highly awaited television reality show.
Megastar Kamal Haasan is all set to return as the host of popular reality show Bigg Boss Tamil.
The show which has entered its fourth season released the teaser on Thursday. Actor Kamal Haasan is
seen talking about the pandemic and how it has changed the course of entertainment and lives for people.
“The disease is dangerous. Of course, we have to be safe. But we can’t continue to remain in the house. We will follow the safety guidelines of WHO. Let’s get back to work,” Kamal
Haasan is seen speaking in the teaser. However, the teaser did not reveal Bigg Boss Tamil 4’s premiere date.
Check out Bigg Boss Tamil 4 teaser here:
In a pre-COVID-19 era, Bigg Boss Tamil 4 would have begun airing in July itself. According to multiple media reports the show is set to go on floors mid-October.
Earlier, Nagarjuna hosted Bigg Boss Telugu announced its fourth season. The famous south Indian actor will return as the shows host for the upcoming season as well. Following the safety guidelines, all the showrunners have reportedly been quarantined. The 16 selected contestants will have to undergo compulsory COVID-19 test before entering the house where they will stay together for
at least the coming 100 days.
Reports further suggested that the much-awaited weekend episodes will also be shot without a live audience. Crew members will also be provided living accommodations until the season completes its schedule. Considering the daily rise in COVID-19 cases in India, Bigg Boss Tamil 4 will perhaps follow similar safety protocols against the deadly virus.
Previously, Bigg Boss Malayalam, hosted by Mohanlal was taken off air in March when the show was halfway through the second season. At that time India was preparing for the biggest lockdown amid rising cases of coronavirus in the country.
Meanwhile, the COVID-19 cases in India have peaked at a record of 3.3million+. According to the Ministry of Health and Welfare, at least 61,529 fatalities have been reported till now.
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