The controversial reality shows Bigg Boss will be back soon with its 11th season with its host superstar Salman Khan. But the contestant will not be able to know the time and outside happenings. So, a new promo of the show has been shared exclusively by Raj Nayak, CEO of Colors TV on Twitter.
Considering that the theme of the eleventh season is "Neighbours", the promo showcases Salman's bittersweet relationship with his neighbours.More news: Japan could legally intercept a Guam-bound North Korea missile: Kyodo
The season seems to be heading towards turning the Bigg Boss' house into a neighbourhood where commoners might dwell with the celebrities.
The teaser shows Salman Khan's Mujhse Shadi Karoge film days.More news: HBO Accidentally Leaked Game of Thrones Episode 6
The trailer shows Salman watering his plants in his balcony and while doing so, he drops some water on one of his neighbours, who is standing beneath his house with a cup of tea in his hand.
That's when his other neighbour in the house bang opposite his teases: Shaadi kar lo abb, woh aayegi toh haath batalegi. In another impromptu move, he introduced Bigg Boss Gyarah with his famous Judwaa track, "Tan Tana Tan Tan Tan Tara".More news: State Troopers reportedly shot in Fayette County
Well, that's all about Bigg Boss season 11 teaser. Though there has been no confirmation regarding celeb contestants, the grapevine is abuzz that Niti Taylor has been finalized as a contestant. Last season victor Manveer Gurjar was also a commoner.
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