Updated: September 26, 2017 1:37:07 pm
It’s that time of the year when celebs will fight against the commoners inside the Bigg Boss house. The new sesson, Bigg Boss 11, to be hosted by Salman Khan will be no different. It’ll have its share of fights, tasks, plotting and planning. But if you thought the audience will also miss out on a lot of inside stories, courtesy the show’s editing like always, well, not this time. Actor Gaurav Gera is here as Pinky Padosan to give you all the gosspi and reveal the censored stuff.
Bigg Boss 11 makers have so far kept the audience quite excited by sharing hints about the contestants. And while the curiosity was already soaring, they revealed a teaser featuring actor Gaurav Gera, popularly known by his screen name Chutki who will be a part of the show, donning yet another interesting character – Pinky Padosan.
While we know the show’s theme this year is ‘Padosi’ (neighbours), we wonder if Gaurav will be one of them. However, the teaser surely hints that Pinky Padosan will give all the dope and stuff that mostly gets edited due to prime time restrictions. In the promo video, Gaurav promises to reveal a lot of stuff, and warns the men to stay out of her premises.
Gaurav, who rose to fame with his television series Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi, has his own official YouTube channel where he posts his videos donning various characters, most promonent one being Chutki and her hilarious conversations with the Shopkeeper. The actor had also participated in the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 9 in her Chutki avatar.
Gaurav had also worked with Kapil Sharma on Comedy Nights with Kapil after Sunil Grover left the show. He was compared with Sunil for the portrayal of a character, which looked a bit similar to that of Gutthi.
Bigg Boss 11 is set for its big premier on October 1.
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