Bigg Boss 16: Salman Khan says 'Mogambo khush nahi hoga' due to THIS twist in the new season

    Bigg Boss 16: Salman Khan says 'Mogambo khush nahi hoga' due to THIS twist in the new season

    All eyes are on October 1, 2022, when the new season of Bigg Boss 16 will finally premiere. Now the makers have released yet another promo of the show featuring superstar Salman Khan.

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    All eyes are on October 1, 2022, when the new season of Bigg Boss 16 will finally premiere. Now the makers have released yet another promo of the show featuring superstar Salman Khan . The actor turns into the menacing villain from Mr. India, Mogambo in this new promo.

    Talking about the new promo, one can see a close-up shot of Salman Khan’s hands holding a lion sculpted stick and prowling his fingers on a globe-like stand. The scene then shifts to Salman as Mogambo wherein he can be seen wearing the villain’s iconic all-black attire with a dramatically embellished armor-like helm. Salman then goes on to say that this season Mogambo will not be happy since all the contestants will be scared of Bigg Boss.

    The megastar then brings in the twist of the season and says that this time, Bigg Boss himself will play the game along with all the other contestants. The makers captioned the same stating, “Hoga sabka game fail, jab aayenge Bigg Boss khud khelne yeh khel.” Take a look at the promo of the show.

    Well, just like his movies, Salman Khan is entertaining all the fans by donning a new villain each time a new promo of Bigg Boss 16 is dropping by. Before Mogambo from Mr India , Salman had turned into Gabbar from Sholay in another promo released by the makers. The actor was seen telling about the twist in the same wherein he said, “Pachas pachas kos door, jab bachcha raat ko royega toh maa kahegi beta so jaa, warna Bigg Boss aa jaayega.”

    This season’s theme is touted to be all things water. Reportedly, the interiors of the house are also made in shades of blue. Some of the speculated contestants of this season include Kanika Mann, Prakruti Mishra, Manya Singh, Tina Dutta, Shivin Narang, Munawar Faruqui, Adnan Shaikh, Sreejita De, and Shalin Bhanot.