'Bigg Boss 7' grand finale: Salman Khan to perform with Elli

Salmankhan-elli-avram-bigSalman, Elli will be seen performing on hit song 'Mashalla Mashalla' from 'Ek Tha Tiger'. During this season, Salman Khan often drew similarities between Elli and his former girlfriend Katrina Kaif.

The grand finale of controversial reality show 'Bigg Boss 7' is going to be huge with host Salman Khan shaking a leg with the contestants on stage.

The actor, who celebrates his 48th birthday today (December 27), will burn up the dance floor along with his favourite contestant Elli Avram.

The duo will be seen performing on hit song 'Mashalla Mashalla' from 'Ek Tha Tiger'. During this season, Salman Khan often drew similarities between Elli and his former girlfriend Katrina Kaif.

Elli Avram, who made her Bollywood debut in 'Mickey Virus', will also perform solo on 'Yeh Mera Deewana Pan Hain', 'Hawa Hawai' and 'Dhak Dhak Karne Laga'.

Elli Avram at Bigg Boss finale.

Salman Khan will also shake a leg with Armaan Kohli on his popular number 'Desi Beat' from 'Bodyguard'. Besties Pratyusha Banerjee and Kamya Punjabi will also be seen dancing with Salman on item number 'Fevicol Se'.

Salman, Armaan Kohli at Bigg Boss finale.

Other housemates including finalists Ajaz, Sangram, Gauahar and Tanishaa will also be putting up performing acts for the grand affair.

Tanishaa-Armaan and Gauhar-Kushal will put up a romantic act, while Ajaz, Sangram and Andy will present an act on the lines of a comedy.

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