Bigg Boss is one of the most hyped Indian reality television show with the highest rated TRP. Bigg Boss 13 witnessed the victory of contestant Siddharth Shukla and Asim Riaz becoming the runner up of the show. Salman Khan has received great appreciation from netizens being the host of Bigg Boss and continues to host the show for the longest time. As per reports, not only will Salman Khan host Bigg Boss 14 but has also demanded for a much higher pay.
The Bigg Boss 13 has garnered eyeballs as the best and most popular seasons in the history of Bigg Boss. Fans cannot keep calm for the next season of this reality television show. Yet again, the Bollywood actor Salman Khan will host the show for the eleventh time in a row. Had the global contagion not unfurled itself, the shooting of the show would already have been on floors and the initial promos of Bigg Boss 14 would have been out by now. But,owing to the current circumstances, the makers of Bigg Boss 14 have pushed the show ahead.
After Bigg Boss 13, speculations were rife that Salman Khan had bid adieu to the show. However, recent reports are highlighting the fact that not only will the actor host the show again but will also be paid more. It is alleged that Salman Khan has demanded a whopping sum of ₹16 crores for each episode of Weekend Ka Vaar, that comes twice a week. Salman Khan was charging the makers of the show an amount between ₹12 crores to ₹14 crores per episode for Weekend Ka Vaar during Bigg Boss 13.
Apparently, the shooting for Bigg Boss 14 is likely to commence from the last week of October and Bigg Boss 14 will have a theme like never before, the forest theme. Earlier this month, the production house had already began with the online registration, followed by online auditions to rope in on the contestants. Reports also suggest that the house will witness a unique blend of celebrities and commoners. The team has shortlisted 30 people, out of which 16 will make their way into the Bigg Boss house. Although the production house will adhere to all the necessary safety norms, the rules and regulations for the wild card entries and everything will apparently remain unchanged.