The upcoming season of the controversial reality series Bigg Boss is underway. The series is expected to hit the TV screens in the month of September. And the show has already started created buzz a few months before it hits the TV screens. Now as per the latest reports, this season the show host Salman Khan is going to be a charging a whopping, or you can a double whopping Rs 400 crores. The actor reportedly charged around Rs 12-14 crores per episode last year. However, reportedly, Salman will be now charging Rs. 31 crores which will put his net balance to Rs 400 crores for the entire season.
The figures were released by a Bigg Boss fan page on Twitter. The Khabri tweeted, "According to recent reports, #SalmanKhan is willing to expand his production business. After shows like #NachBaliye9 and The Kapil Sharma Show, Salman is now willing to collaborate with the Bigg Boss makers (Endemol Shine & ColorsTv) @BeingSalmanKhan Charging 400 Crores For #BB13″(sic)”
In another tweet, the Twitter handle shared, "Bigg Boss 13 Salman khan Charging 400 Crores #BB12 Salman had charged around 12-14 crores per episode Now, for #BB13 it’s going to be 31 crores per weekend (Sat-Sun), and within a time span of 26 episodes, the actor will be earning a whopping 400 crores in total! #BiggBoss13. (sic)”
Well to be honest, the figures do seem quite indigestible. We know that the actor does charge a whopping amount, however, Rs 400 crores could be an exaggerated amount. If everything is taken into consideration, the entire budget of the reality show wouldn't be Rs 400 crores, or else it would have been a no task for the makers to lock Kim Kardashian inside the glass walled house. Don't you think so?
Well, this season will go back to the original theme of the show, where only celebrities will be getting locked in the house. The season won't have an entry for commoners.
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