The celebrity reality show 'Bigg Boss' is anchored by the superstar Salman Khan for the past five seasons, however, he says that the show is beyond his understanding.
Big Boss is an Indian adaptation of international show Celebrity Big Brother, features celebrities from different fields congregating under one roof, without any frills or connect with the outside world, and under constant prying of multiple cameras for three months. It features a lot of emotional highs and lows.
The eighth season of the show will be air on Colors on 21st September.
"I have no idea about it! What you want to know even I want to know - how they (the contestants) will get along, what will be their tolerance level, how nice or bad they are? I don't know," Salman said about the forthcoming season.
The list of contestants for the forthcoming season is yet confidential.
On Friday Salman announced that the new theme of Bigg Boss season 8, will be aviation.
Salman will be seen as the captain and will lead twelve first class passengers who will need to carve their own paths on the show. When asked how well he understood the game, he said: "I have still not understood the game! Nobody understands this game. How will you know whether a person is lying or not?"
On Bigg Boss, fights and melodrama are almost a tradition as people backbite, gossip and plot against each other to become the winner. But the ultimate power to retain a housemate or evict him or her lies with the viewers. On several occasions, it has been speculated that Bigg Boss is scripted. But Salman's view is different.
"Tasks are given to the contestants, but there is nothing on what they have to say (while inside). There is no script. It's completely real. Actors (contestants) do it themselves - it's exactly what happens - some people know how to play the game, some don't know, so it's a combination. Everyone knows one person will be evicted, so obviously it has to be the best one. Only once you get into the situation, you will understand," said the 48-year-old.
Moreover, in the last season, Salman was accused of being biased towards actress Tanishaa Mukerji, who had developed a close camaraderie with actor Armaan Kohli.
But defending himself, Salman said, "You can't be biased on this show. You can see how that person is behaving. You all (audiences) see one hour of the show, but I see all the episodes, in detail."