Salman Khan wants you to join him on Bigg Boss 6

Salman Khan wants you to join him on Bigg Boss 6
The show's first look, which was unveiled on Tuesday night, invited the common man to be a part of the reality show.
Salman Khan, who is riding high on the success of his fourth consecutive blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger, will soon be hitting our small screens at home with his reality TV show Bigg Boss 6 and this time he wants you to join him.

The show's first look, which was unveiled on Tuesday night, invited the common man to be a part of the reality show.

In the promo Salman Khan, who has been sporting a stubble these days (perhaps for his next film Sher Khan), says: Celebrity banne ki ab aap ki hai bari. toh come inside the Bigg Boss mansion, pay attention."

People are being asked to send an SMS or log on to the website of the channel which airs Bigg Boss. They will then have to participate in a contest to appear on Bigg Boss 6.

Salman Khan has promised that this version of the controversial reality show will be will be 'cleaner and friendlier'.

Bigg Boss sees celebrity contestants staying in a house for about three months, cut off from the outside world. They are overseen by a "mysterious person" known as 'Bigg Boss'. This season, the focus will not be on stars and their tantrums, but about the people who are on the other side of the screen - members of the general public, and their values and morals.

According to reports, the changes in format were formalised at the behest of Salman Khan, after a spate of controversies in the earlier seasons of the show which housed adult film star Sunny Leone, Raja Choudhary (accused of beating his wife), female dacoit Seema Parihar and starlet Dolly Bindra.

This will be Salman's third time as the Bigg Boss host which has been earlier hosted by celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan and Shilpa Shetty.

The superstar, who had co-hosted the last season with friend and actor Sanjay Dutt, will be hosting the show alone this time. The show is likely to go on air in October. (With PTI inputs)

Watch the promo:

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