Mumbai : With the announcement of telecast date of the eight season of Bigg Boss, the drama of the reality show in Bigg Boss house will unfold from 21st September onwards. Salman Khan is for sure to entertains people on small screen as ‘Bigg Boss’ host and the actor has grabbed eyeballs again. The coming season assures many more interesting things that might happen this year in ‘Bigg Boss’.
The House of controversies has always created a huge expectation ever since the 1st season of the show and now the curiosity of the audience keep raising day by day to understand the list of contestants in the Bigg Boss 8 and here is a look at some of the names, who are expected to be on the show this year. As per the buzz, Karishma Tanna, Shweta Salve, and Sushant Divgikar have already signed the contract.
While the first two are popular actors on television and Maryam Zakaria is an Iranian-Swedish actor, who was seen in films like Agent Vinod (2012) and Grand Masti (2013), Divgikar is a model and LGBT rights activist, who won the Mr Gay India contest this year. Meanwhile, an insider confirms that Minissha Lamba, too, has signed the contract, the actor, however, seemed shocked by the speculations, and tweeted, “Bigg boss??? Me???”
Others who might also be seen in the house, include actors Upen Patel and The Xposé fame girl, Sonali Raut. Sources close to television actors Gaurav Chopra, and comedian Sunil Grover, too, reveal that they’ve been approached for the show.
Rashami Desai, who is seen in ‘Uttaran’ can be a top choice for ‘Bigg Boss 8′. The actress is known on small screen for her image and is also seen in Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg 2′. Rashami and her husband Nandish Sandhu were seen in ‘Dabangg 2′. The actress has shared screen with Salman Khan for an advertisement. Salman is reportedly on good terms with the actress and looking at her popularity on TV, she can also drive good TRPs to the show.
Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party member Kumar Vishwas announced on his Facebook page on Wednesday that he’d participate in the show only if he’s paid Rs. 21cr as he wants to donate the sum to a war widows’ fund. It is anticipated that the channel cannot afford to pay him so much as they don’t pay Rs. 21cr to Salman Khan (the host) and they were willing to pay around 5Cr which is not acceptable to the AAP member.
Vishwas also shared a link of the letter on his Facebook page and said, ” I had my reservations about Bigg Boss. Attached is the letter that I wrote to the producers of the show. I was not made for Bigg Boss. The biggest Boss is Almighty. If there is any other ‘boss’ for me, it is India. I chose to serve Bigg Boss’ home in order to serve those who are serving the motherland. Anyways, No worries and no hurries. I will keep serving the nation in my way. Jai Hind!”