Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been hosting Colors TV’s popular reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ since last 10 seasons, and undoubtedly, He is the best host. In every season the actor announces that he might think of coming back, but then returns back to the show as he feels the show is a part of his life.
Along with hosting the show, the ‘Dabangg 3’ actor also guides the contestants to how to play the game, and scolds them when they are wrong. He is not only the host of the show, but he acts like family to the contestants of the controversial reality show.
With just a few days left for Bigg Boss 13 Grand Finale, it is becoming very difficult for the audience to predict who will be the winner of the show.
Salman had to face a lot of criticism and flak from the viewers this season for being biased towards one contestant and he is none other than Popular TV and Film Actor Sidharth Shukla who has been in the spotlight ever since the beginning of the show.
Sidharth grabbed attention for all the wrong reasons, from picking up fights with almost every contestant to manhandling Shehnaaz Gill and speaking in bad favour to Rashami Desai. Now during the recent weekend ka vaar episodes the viewers have seen how Salman as let gone of Siddarth and most often bashed Asim and Paras.
Speaking of which, Salman opened about his allegations and clarified his view in Somvar Ka Vaar episode. In the previous episode of Bigg Boss 13, he called his friend Rajat Sharma where he asked Salman to stand in the witness box, to which Khan joked that the witness box will never go out of life.
Rajat then asked him why does he keep closing Asim Riaz’s and Paras Chhabra’s love chapter, where Khan jokingly said, “Mera shuru nahi ho raha hai na,” leaving everyone in splits.
He also admitted that he was getting more emotionally involved in the show. He clarified why he talked about outside stuff, citing Rashami’s example. On allegations of bias, Salman said a few people have understood him and apologise the moment he appears so he cannot say anything to them.