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I donít recommend anyone for Bigg Boss: Salman
(IANS) / 18 September 2012
SALMAN KHAN, WHO will be hosting Bigg Boss for the third time now, says that he doesnít have any hand in selecting the contestants for the show.
“I don’t want to recommend anyone as I don’t want to be partial or biased. I also get to know at the last minute,” he said at a press conference.
This will be the sixth season of the show and will be aired on the channel from October 7. The show has added many new elements to the format like a pet parrot and a fish. Also, now common people will get to be a part of the show.
Salman also clarified that as a host of the show, he doesn’t like to intervene but could not help it last season due to the circumstances.
“I felt very bad but I was getting feedback about the show from everywhere. I am not supposed to intervene, but it had become too much,” he said.
Salman also added that even though some of the contestants may try to come into the limelight through controversies, but the winners have always been different.
“The contestants who were in the house thought they would be seen more on the show. But the winners have always been dignified,” he said.
The show comes with a promise of being more family oriented this season.
“This season will connect with the whole family. There will be more tasks and games this time. We have moved into the prime time slot of 9pm,” he said.
“A celebrity goes in and slowly becomes a common man... the whole transition of having a spot boy, a hair dresser, a driver and then being suddenly all alone. For the first few days, you see the celebrity, but then he becomes carefree,” Salman said.
REVELATIONS AND CONTROVERSIES
The 46-year-old says the best thing about Bigg Boss is that it reveals people’s true personalities.
“I like that eventually everyone’s original personality comes out. When people play games, you get carried away,” he said.
According to Salman, everyone enjoys watching controversies and fights, but in limits. Salman says that no matter how much they try to make sure everything is controlled and is apt for family viewing, what goes inside the house cannot be controlled by them.
“I don’t know who is going in, so I don’t know how they are. A person will be nice the first few days, but in three months, you get to know how the person actually is and how he thinks,” he said.
“What you see on TV is very edited,” he added.
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