Jasmin Bhasin reveals how much contestants have to pay if they leave mid-show
Controversial reality show ‘Bigg Boss 14’ hosted by Salman Khan has strict rules as far as contestant’s voluntary exit is concerned.
As per the show’s format, every week contestants nominate fellow housemates for elimination and on the basis of votes from the public or a task given by Bigg Boss, a contestant is evicted from the show. And if a contestant wishes to leave the show voluntarily, they have to pay a hefty fine for it.
For the unversed, contestants are paid a huge sum to be on the show. So, if they opt to walkout midshow, by his/her own choice and not by virtue of eviction, they have to a penalty for it!
How much? Well, a whopping Rs 2 crore!
How do we know it? Well, Jasmin Bhasin, who is currently on ‘Bigg Boss 14‘, revealed the sum on Saturday’s episode while speaking with Aly Goni.
During her conversation with Aly where she was trying to explain that her parents, who had come on the show as a guest as part of the family week, were not opposed to their relationship, then, when Aly says that he should get eliminated this week since Jasmin’s folks believe she is spoiling her game because of him, Jasmin says that she will take a voluntary exit and take a loan and pay Bigg Boss Rs 2 crore as fine.
Earlier, in Bigg Boss season 10, when contestant Rohan Mehra was pulled up by the makers for slapping housemate Swami Om, at that time too, he had mentioned that he was ready to pay Rs 2 crore as fine since he wanted to voluntarily exit Bigg Boss.