Now, you don't have to be a celebrity to enter Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss has been giving an insight view to the life of celebrities since 2006. For the first time, the controversial reality show will open its doors to the common people to appear as contestants along with the stars on its next season.
Mumbai: “Bigg Boss” has been giving an insight view to the life of celebrities since 2006. For the first time, the controversial reality show will open its doors to the common people to appear as contestants along with the stars on its next season.
After getting a lot of mails and text messages from the fans of the show, the makers have decided to give them a chance to appear on the 10th season of “Bigg Boss”.
“'Bigg Boss' as a show is like a study in human psychology. One can learn so much about human behaviour through the actions of the housemates in a given situation. As we take on this interesting content innovation, we look forward to receiving some interesting entries from our increasing viewer base,” Colors CEO Raj Nayak said in a statement.
Nayak shared that the contestants can be from any working background, but if they have the caliber of an “entertainer, then this is the break that you have been looking for”.
“Every year we receive thousands of emails, texts, enquiring about ways to enter the show. Finally, the day has arrived. Hope the fans and avid viewers make full use of this as the channel gears up for the casting. The call for entries will start now for all enthusiasts,” Nayak added.
Those who wish to enter the “Bigg Boss” house have to make a three-minute video of themselves showcasing a trait that will make them eligible for the show. The video has to be posted on the official website of the channel.
The entries will start from the finale of “Bigg Boss Nau” on Saturday and will be accepted until May 31.
Hosted by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, “Bigg Boss Nau” has Mandana Karimi, Prince Narula, Rishabh Sinha and Rochelle Rao as the four finalists.