Hrithik Roshan "Bang Bang"
'Bigg Boss 8': Hrithik Roshan's Death-Defying 'Bang Bang' Dares to ContestantsYou Tube Screenshot/Fox Star Hindi

Hrithik Roshan, who will be in the "Bigg Boss 8" house on Thursday to promote his film "Bang Bang", will have a few interesting 'bang bang dares' for the contestants.

While the dares to his B-Town colleagues were fun and simple, Roshan will be seen giving death-defying ones to the contestants. From bending rods with neck and walking bare-feet on glass, the inmates will be tested on mental and physical strength.

Everyone, apart from Minissha Lamba, will queue up at the porch to accomplish the dare. According to reports, Lamba, will be seen hiding away in fear, but will be carried by the "Bang Bang" star and brought to the spot. Eventually, she does walk on glass.

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However, to ease things a little, Roshan will reportedly dare Gautam Gulati and Karishma Tanna to dance on a romantic number. Initially denying it, the actress ends up dancing with Gulati.

While the dare is interesting, will this iron out the differences between the two contestants that cropped up during the first task? Only time will tell.

During the 'Hijack' task Gulati verbally abused Tanna after she applied chilli powder paste on his torso. Furious and humiliated, the TV actress demanded disqualification, but instead Gulati's voting rights were revoked.

Roshan will be seen greeting the contestants with tight and warm hugs, and will also give away 'sweet' prizes to them.

"The sweetness will increase when Hrithik will be seen rewarding all the inmates with yummy cupcakes in return of the jaw dropping Bang-Bang dares the inmates will perform. The cherry on the cake will be Hrithik's dedication to the host of the show Salman Khan. Hrithik along with all the inmates will perform Salman's trademark steps on his latest chartbuster 'Bang-Bang'," the channel quoted one of its inside sources.

With "Bang Bang" minting whopping amounts, Roshan is a happy man these days. He will next be seen in Ashutosh Gowariker's period romance "Mohenjo Daro".