Updated: October 18, 2016 1:18:39 pm
Bigg Boss 10 is weeks away and we can already taste the excitement. Bigg Boss’ host Salman Khan’s first promo has dropped and two more are on the way. This year, India’s favourite reality show comes with a twist as celeb participants will have to compete against regular people. While what happens when people from all walks of life are left alone in the secluded Bigg Boss house is anyone’s guess.
Before that happens, we have a big news for the fans. Entertainment website Bollywoodlife revealed a list of probable candidates that are likely to make it to the house this year. While this is a probable list, we do think that it is an interesting list. If this is the mix which comes together, we are sure there will be enough drama, comedy and controversy to keep us glued.
Now this man is sophisticated and classy and not your typical Bigg Boss contestant. We are guessing Colors zeroes in on him after the family drama over his wedding to Parveen Dusanj played out.
Seen as a thinking actor, Shiney Ahuja’s career practically ended after he was accused by his domestic help of rape in 2009. The actor was seen in Welcome Back recently.
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’s Anjali is all grown up and was seen as a contestant on Khatron Ke Khiladi.
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Pratyusha Banerjee’s boyfriend was slammed after the Balika Vadhu actress died by her friend and family alike. Will he enter the reality show to clear his name?
Gutthi or Dr Mashoor Gulati, Sunil Grover found fame on the Kapil Sharma-led show. If he joins the show, will we see him in character or as Sunil Grover?
A Kapoor in the Bigg Boss 10 house? Ranbir and Kareena Kapoor’s cousin Armaan made his Bollywood debut with Lekar Hum Deewana Dil. The film didn’t work and his career has been something of a non starter.
Bigg Boss has always given a chance to people of a different sexual orientation and this gay actor-filmmaker is apparently all set to enter the game show this time.
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