Salman Khan Introduces First Jodi Of Bigg Boss Season 12

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Salman Khan introduces two contestants from Bigg Boss season 12

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Dressed in a white vest and black pants, arriving in a motorboat was the host of Bigg Boss, Salman Khan for the launch of season 12 of the television reality show. The actor broke into a dance on the tunes of his popular number ‘Jeene ke hai chaar din’ to kickstart the launch event with his infectious energy.

Salman Khan later changed into a blue striped shirt and carried on with the event that was filled with games, conversations and lots of enthusiasm. The most awaited and exciting part of the show, however, is its contestants. And ever since the announcement of the show was made, people have been speculating about which celebrity pairs will make the cut. The show consists of participants living under one roof without any contact with the outside world. Apart from the contestants, they get to communicate with the host on weekends. Each week, one contestant gets eliminated and whoever makes it through to 90 days takes home the cash prize and the trophy. 

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At the event, Salman Khan introduced the first couple - comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa. The couple who got married not long ago had also participated in 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' season 9 but failed to make the mark into the finals. Having completed shooting for the game show, they are now venturing towards another television reality show. 

The new season of 'Bigg Boss' is a little different from its previous seasons. This time the contestants will be entering the house in pairs. Talking about the 'Jodi' concept, Salman Khan said that aim is to bring together couples with unique qualities. 




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