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Bigg Boss 15: Salman Khan stated that he does not see a winner like late Sidharth Shukla and Gautam Gulati

‘Bigg Boss 15,’ a popular controversial reality show hosted by Salman Khan, has been in the news since it first aired on television. Several startling twists and turns have occurred recently on the show, including four evictions and wildcard admissions. In the most recent Weekend ka vaar episode, host Salman urged the participants to pull up their socks in front of the mirror. The actor was so enraged by the housemates that he declared that he does not believe there would be a winner or strong players like the late Sidharth Shukla and Gautam Gulati in this season. Both prior candidates had won their seasons by displaying their genuine characters and overcoming all odds.

The Sultan actor began the programme by chastising the housemates for accomplishing nothing within the house. He also stated that all of the participants are aware of their image and, as a result, do not reveal their true selves. Salman went on to say that all of the contestants appear to be dumb and have no chance. The 55-year-old legend also claimed that he is opposed to bringing back previous participants for a new season, but they had no choice but to bring in the four wildcard entries after they all failed to entertain the viewers.

Salman also chastised Tejasswi Prakash and Karan Kundrra for only being in the home because of their romantic relationship. He explained to the actor that he had come on the show to entertain the audience, not for the sake of romance. The actor further stated that the Karan we saw in the first two weeks was not the same as the Karan we see now. He counselled Karan and Teja to concentrate on the game rather than their romance.

Salman ended by telling Karan Kundrra that he feels like he’s on a resort holiday. He reminded him that he is on the show to play the game and that he is paid every week to do so. Meanwhile, Rashami Desai, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, and Rakhi Sawant have joined the house as wildcard entry with her husband Ritesh.

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