Since its premiere on October 3, Bigg Boss 14 has kept us glued to our TV and mobile screens. Now, after completing over 4 months of televising, the show is approaching its grand finale. And according to promos for upcoming shows on Colors, the final episodes of the controversial reality show will air on the third weekend in February.
Yes, you read that right. While there is no official announcement on this, the latest promos from the channel’s upcoming shows have confirmed this. Bawara Dil will air in Bigg Boss 14 Weekday Slots. Weekend Ka Vaar Slots will soon feature the dance reality show, Dance Deewane 3.
The copy shared with the Bawara Dil promo reads: “#Colors laa raha hai do dilon ki ek nayi kahaani. Hogi Shiva aur Siddhi ke rishte ki shuruwaat ya phir hoga takraar ka silsila? Dekhiye February 22 se #BawaraDil, Mon-Fri raat 10:30 am baje. “
Sharing the Dance Deewane 3 promo, the channel wrote: “@madhuridixitnene ki adayein, @thetusharkalia ka andaaz, @ dharmesh0011 ka style, aur @raghavjuyal ki comedy iss sab ka tadka lagega tez # DanceDeewane3 ke stage by! February 27 se Sat aur Sun raat 9 baje, #Colors by. “
Speaking of the show which will occupy the Bigg Boss 14 slots, Bawara Dil will play Aditya Redij and Kinjal Dhamecha in the central role. Apparently based on the Marathi Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa series, it is produced by Nikhil Seth under the Happy High Production banner. It will air Monday through Friday at 10:30 p.m.
Speaking of Dance Deewane 3, the show was originally scheduled to air in February 2020 but has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Actress Madhuri Dixit and choreographers Dharmesh Yelande and Tushar Kalia will be the judges of the dance show. It will be hosted by Raghav Juyal aka the King of Slow Motion. The show will replace Bigg Boss 14 Weekend Ka Vaar starting February 27.
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