The much-awaited press conference of television's most controversial show 'Bigg Boss' season 11 took place with a bang! Salman Khan made a dashing entry and crooned on his classic film 'Judwaa's song 'Oonchi Hai Building', which has been remade with the young heartthrob Varun Dhawan. There were beautiful dance performances on Judwaa's songs. When a fan asked Salman to groove with her on the iconic 'Tan Tana Tan Tara', the 'Tiger Zinda Hai' actor gave a very funny reply. He quipped, "Ask Varun to do. He has taken over now."
Since 'Judwaa 2' is nearing its release, actors don't want to miss out on the chance of promoting their films on 'Bigg Boss'. Salman, who recently returned from Abu Dhabi was interrogated about Varun Dhawan promoting the film on his show. Answering which, the numero uno actor said, "I'm waiting for Judwaa 2. Varun, Jacqueline Fernandez, Taapsee Pannu, they all will be with us very soon. We'll have lots of fun on the show."
Talking about his past experience is a daunting one as a host, Salman was asked what are the rules or limits the contestants should maintain. To which, he strictly said, "We don't want too much 'gandagi' (dirt), because seniors and kids are watching. It's aired on national television. People want to come in the house and revive their career. We don't want somebody who has a foul tongue or an unpleasant nature. A small banter is fine, but they shouldn't go on and on about it."
He further added, "Contestants shouldn’t disrespect anyone. It was really daunting last time. This show has one of the most difficult formats. There's no food, one bathroom, so much gossip, the team members make friends. You don't know whether it's day or night. So, it’s a really difficult show."
Also, a constant host since season 4, the actor said that Bigg Boss season 5 was his favourite. The show goes on air from October 1.
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