Salman Khan at the night of Bigg Boss Season 13 launch was a ‘dhamaka’. From mastering his stage presence by cracking his trademarked jokes to having ‘nok-jhok’ with a photographer post the event, the event was full of memorable events.
Salman Khan is known for his usual bicycle rides amidst the traffic of Mumbai. During Bigg Boss’ event yesterday, we saw him exiting from the Metro which was a part of the set of the event. Post the event, Salman Khan interacted with select media.
In a conversation with Times Now, Salman reminisced about his relationship with Mumbai’s lifeline – local trains. He said, “When I got in the Metro, there was AC in it and there were automatic closing doors. It reminded me of my journey in local trains. How I used to hang on the door while going for college and work. It’s really a proud thing that Metro has AC and doors that get closed.” He was also asked about, who’s the ‘Big Boss’ in his life, to which he replied, “My father is the Big Boss of my life.”
If Salman Khan also seems bugged by Mumbai’s heavy traffic, it remains to be seen whether he prefers taking the Metro like another Bollywood superstar, Akshay Kumar. Talking about the format of the show for season 13, the superstar said there would be no common people in the house this time.
What new does “Bigg Boss 13” offer for its viewers? Salman revealed: “In a month, they (the contestants) have a finale. So, you are competing for the finale right within four weeks, and then two weeks after that there are twists and turns, and then it is time for the main finale.” He said the concept of punishments and jail has been retained. The superstar has been hosting the reality show for years now. How would it feel to be on the other side? What if he were a contestant on the show? Salman smiled and replied: “I will survive. For me, it would be a cakewalk inside the house.”