Bigg Boss 15: Rumoured Contestant Mohsin Khan Reacts On Reports Of His Participation; Calls Himself ‘Too Shy’ For The Show

Ye Rishta Kya Kehlata hai fame Mohsin Khan has finally opened up on being a part of Bigg Boss 15 and has adressed this news. he reacts on reports of his participation


September 18, 2021

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Mohsin Khan has been in the news for quite some time now. The actor was initially rumoured to be quitting his show to pursue webseries, After which reports of his and costar Shivangi Joshi’s exit from the show came out and then there were reports of Mohsin and Shivangi being offered a whopping amount of Rs 4 crore to participate in the controversial reality show, Bigg Boss 15. Reports stated, that the actor is busy shooting for the few final episodes of his show and this is why he has not confirmed the offer yet. Well, now Mohsin Khan himself has come forward to speak on this news. Yes, the actor has refuted all such reports and has said that he is too shy to participate in Bigg Boss. The actor took to his instagram handle to refute all such rumours and has clarified that he will not be a part of Bigg Boss 15.

Have a look at his clarification here :

Mohsin Khan is currently a part of Ye Rishta kya Kehlata hai which is also one of the most popular shows on the Indian television. However, the actor is all set to make an exit from the show by the end of October as the makers of Ye Rishta kya Kehlata hai are all set to introduce a new story line with new characters in the show. Not just Mohsin Khan, his costar Shivangi Joshi too is all set to make an exit from the show. Mohsin and Shivangi have been a part of Ye Rishta kya Kehlata hai since the year 2016 and their chemistry as Karthik and Naira has been massively loved by the audience too.

Talking about Bigg Boss 15,the show is all set to commence from the 2nd of October and will have a jungle theme this time.

Well, what do you have to say on Mohsin’s clarification? Drop in your views in the comments section below

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