Want to tour the Bigg Boss 6 house? Here's how
Superstar Salman Khan flagged off a Bigg Boss 6 bus, which will take people on a ride to the location of the show in Lonavala. People will be able to see live scenes from the house at the production control units set up there.tv Updated: Oct 14, 2012 17:10 IST
Superstar Salman Khan flagged off a Bigg Boss 6 bus, which will take people on a ride to the location of the show in Lonavala. People will be able to see live scenes from the house at the production control units set up there.
"I am lucky that I get to see all this up-close. But those who watch it on TV, even they must be wanting to see these celebrities. Such people can come here and take a tour of the bus," the 46-year-old, who hosts the reality show, said here Friday at the launch of the bus.
The sets of the show are in Lonavala, "a beautiful place, a tourist destination", according to Salman.
The bus will charge Rs.2,000 per person, and all the amount collected through the tours, will be donated to Salman's NGO Being Human.
"Come and be a part of our show, experience what we are experiencing. Now, the whole ticket money and not just some part of it will go to the Being Human foundation," he said.
However, Salman does not want people to be under any misconception about his presence on the bus.
"People will not be misguided. Please don't be under the misconception that you would see me if you travel in this bus. But you will see many others," Salman said.
Bigg Boss 6 kicked off Oct 7 with 15 contestants locked up in the house. Bhojpuri actor Dinesh Yadav was the first to be voted out off the house Friday.
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