Bigg Boss 14 Press Conference: Salman Khan calls himself a 'senior citizen' who needs to take extra care, admits he is afraid of shooting for show amid pandemic


After much wait, Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 14 will go on air from October 3, 2020. Now, with just a few days left, the makers, today, hosted a virtual press conference where Salman introduced the audience to the changed format and additional amenities due to the Coronavirus pandemic. During the press conference, Salman spoke about shooting amid the pandemic and admitted that he is afraid of filming Bigg Boss 14

The actor further called himself a senior citizen. Salman then urged people to stay at home safely and take care of themselves. He added that he is ageing with time and needs to take care of himself amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.  


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Salman, during the press conference, said that he is afraid of using the mic as it comes in direct contact with one's face and mouth. Saying that gloves and face masks can be used otherwise, one can't avoid mic while shooting.

Bigg Boss 14 will air on all seven days of the week. The show can be watched on Colors at 10:30 pm on weekdays and at 9 pm on weekends from October 3. Salman will be greeting the contestants during the Weekend Ka Vaar segment and will grill them.