Sony Entertainment Television, who had an acrimonious split with Salman Khan three months ago, has wooed him back for the third edition of the Dus Ka Dum.
This time, the channel has agreed to the terms and conditions laid out by Salman. But we wonder if that means the end of Bigg Boss journey for Sallu.
A source, however, informs Mumbai Mirror, "Not at all. Salman doesn't have a binding contract with them. He can always do Bigg Boss next year again if he wants apart from doing Dus Ka Dum."
Salman's equation with the channel dwindled when the Sony refused to give a pay hike to the actor, even when the recession was over. The actor had generously taken a fee cut, during the time of recession.
Adds the source, "Considering Salman agreed to a fee cut in the second season, shouldn't the channel telecasting Dus Ka Dum have given him a fee hike in the third season? Anyway, Dus Ka Dum is very dear to Salman; that was his first show on Indian television."