Bigg Boss OTT 3: MAJOR TWIST! Viewers To Now Pay To Watch The Show?

As per the latest reports, it is now believed that viewers might have to pay subscription amount to watch Bigg Boss OTT 3.

BiggBossOTT3: Salman Khan is gearing up to make a comeback with the third installment of Bigg Boss OTT. The reality show’s producers recently made an announcement on their official Instagram account regarding Bigg Boss OTT 3. However, the post was subsequently removed, sparking rumors of a potential cancellation. Latest updates suggest that the show is scheduled to premiere in June, with a notable difference: it will not be offered for free, unlike the previous two seasons.

According to X (Twitter) handle The Kabri, Bigg Boss OTT 3 is expected to be available for streaming from the first week of June this year. The official announcement is anticipated to coincide with JioCinema’s unveiling of its content slate for the year. Additionally, viewers will now be required to pay a subscription fee to watch Salman Khan’s reality show. The Khabri further suggests that a significant announcement from the show’s makers is expected on April 25.

Elvish, Abhishek Manisha Rani To Enter As Mentors?

Additionally, TellyChakkar and several news outlets reported that similar to Gauhar Khan, Hina Khan, and Siddharth Shukla, Elvish, Manisha, and Abhishek would serve as mentors on Rubina Dilaik’s season of Bigg Boss. However, some reports suggested that instead of mentoring, Elvish and Abhishek would host a special segment on weekends, akin to what Arbaaz and Sohail Khan did for Bigg Boss 17. As of now, there has been no confirmation from either team regarding this matter.

About Bigg Boss OTT

Bigg Boss has been hugely popular since its TV debut in 2006, with Salman Khan hosting since 2010. In 2021, the digital version, Bigg Boss OTT, was introduced, hosted by Karan Johar. Divya Agarwal won the first season, while Salman returned to host the second, won by YouTuber Elvish Yadav.

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