Bigg Boss 14 has been one of the most expected shows of the year. The previous season of the show was a huge hit and followers are still unable to forget the season. It was the most successful season of all previous one and so the expectations for Bigg Boss 14 are quite high amongst fans. The promos of the controversial reality show were out and fans are already passionate about the show. Since the show was announced, fans were excited to know who would participate in the questionable reality show. There have been many names of celebrities doing courses on the internet who can be a part of the show. Karan Kundrra, Nia Sharma, Vivian D’Sena, Surbhi Jyoti, Jasmin Bhasin, Ishq Mein Marjawan actress Alisha Panwar, Pavitra Punia, Ishqbaaaz actress Mansi Srivastava, Disha Vakani, Nishant Singh Malkani have been approached for the program.
Now, as per reports in Spotboye, Aamir Ali has been approached to participate in the show but the actor has denied the offer. He was offered a huge amount. A source close to Spotboye said, “Budgets are tight this year but one of the largest sums has been offered to Aamir. He’s a well known face and while some females have been locked for the show, the popular male names are yet to be locked. While the channel has offered a profitable deal to Aamir, the actor hasn’t agreed.” Talking about the host, Salman Khan, as per records in Midday, he has cracked a deal of Rs 450 crore with Colors and Endemol India. We had been learning that he was going to be paid Rs 250 crore for the upcoming winter but trade experts say it is just too less for Bhai.
The source told MiD-Day, “Salman had reportedly carried Rs 15.5 crore per episode last year. This time around, he has raised the price to Rs 20 crore per episode. While the three-month stint works out to Rs 480 crore, the authors and he agreed to seal the deal at Rs 450 crore. The amount is general of his fees for promos and virtual press conferences. The farmers at Endemol are willing to pay the remuneration as they know Salman is the primary reason for the show’s high TRPs.