BIGG BOSS 6: Six Salmans to appear in first episode
Salman Khan is known for bringing in his own element to every show. This time, the actor will be seen in six different avatars from his films in the first episode of Bigg Boss season 6.tv Updated: Oct 06, 2012 15:13 IST
Salman Khan is known for bringing in his own element to every show. This time, the actor will be seen in six different avatars from his films in the first episode of Bigg Boss season 6.
Salman has already started shooting for the show. “Salman himself shortlisted the films. He came to the set around 3 pm on Friday and started shooting an hour later. The first change was the look of Ready. He also sported a pair of glasses and appeared rather excited about the shoot,” a source told Mumbai Mirror.
Salman Khan will be seen in characters from his films Ready, Bodyguard, Ek Tha Tiger, Wanted, Dabangg and finally will sport for the reality television series.
Bigg Boss 6 will go live on 7 October.
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