Updated: October 13, 2016 12:54:17 pm
Manoj Kumar Baisoya aka Manveer Gujjar represents the hinterland India. He belongs to the farms and everything earthy. Well, that’s what his profile states.
The guy with the perfect beard, Manveer is a farmer, a businessman and a dairy owner in Noida. He was born on 13th June 1987 and has graduated from the Delhi University. He has been selected among the 13 aam aadmi contestants to be on the Salman Khan show. The short-tempered guy has had his bouts with anger. Now, whether his temperament will come handy for him on the show or not, is something to watch out for.
Manveer is a total extrovert. He likes to spend time with friends. But more than that, he likes wrestling, gymming, playing Kabaddi and everything physical. He can be well labelled as the desi munda inside the house. His rugged looks and chiselled body can become his high point. Manveer totally fits into the ‘tall dark and handsome’ category. In his own words:
“I live in a joint family of 49 members in Noida. I work in the family business and have the responsibility of collecting rent from our loaned property. I am short-tempered and my advice to the other housemates is ‘think before you mess with me’.”
Manveer is also a social activist and has collaborated with the Aam Aadmi Party for the development of the Gujjar society in Noida. For Manveer, the platform of Bigg Boss will help him strengthen his social work. The makers of Bigg Boss 10 have already released a promo video featuring Manveer.
Why should Manveer Gujjar be on Bigg Boss 10: With drool-worthy looks and an amazing physique, Manveer can turn out to be a female magnet on the show. And his strong personality and anger-management skills can give the show its much-needed TRPs too. His big family and social relationship are his biggest strengths. Manveer Gujjar is yet to join any social media platform. But given that he is already a local public figure, he already has enough following back home.
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