The line-up of contestants for ‘Bigg Boss 4’ has a terrorist’s former lawyer, a thief-turned-detective, a former dacoit, a cross-dresser and others. It’s no wonder Colors chose Salman Khan to host the reality show, where controversy seems to be the ticket for entry.
It seems the ‘Bigg Boss 4’ house in Lonavala, at the outskirts of Mumbai, might end up being quite a hotbed of controversies this year with inmates like Mumbai terror attack accused Mohammad Ajmal Kasab’s former lawyer Abbas Kazmi; thief-turned-detective Devinder Singh alias Superchor Bunty; actor Ashmit Patel, who was involved in an MMS scandal; and Rahul Bhatt, who was friends with David Headley, accused of scouting targets for Mumbai attack.
There will be fireworks in the house with former woman bandit Seema Parihar, who had allegedly killed 70 people and abducted over 200 before surrendering to the police a few years ago, joining others.
Some controversial names from across the border like Pakistani actress and former girlfriend of fast bowler Mohammed Asif, Veena Malik, and Pakistani cross-dressing diva Begum Nawazish Ali will also spice up the reality show, especially when they will be sharing the same house.
The show will also feature TV actresses like Shweta Tiwari and Sara Khan, former MTV Splitsvilla contestant Sakshi Pradhan and model Aanchal Kumar. Also, joining the inmates will be Bhojpuri superstar Manoj Tiwari, model-turned-actor Sameer Soni and model Hrishant Goswami.
The 14 participants will be spending three months sans any communication with the outside world. They will clean wash rooms, will wake up early morning and survive on limited food.
The participants are not allowed to carry mobile phones and there will be no clock in the house which will be constantly under surveillance of about 50 cameras.
As compared to the earlier editions of the show, the set up of the house has been changed along with some rules. There will be no walls, no separate bedrooms for male and female contestants respectively and there will be cameras and microphones in wash rooms.
Every week a participant will be eliminated, and the one who survives till the end will be the winner.
The launch episode of the season saw the participants taken on a guided tour of the house by Salman, who even performed later on songs from his hits ‘Dabangg’ and ‘Wanted’.
Later, Devinder Singh alias Superchor Bunty was asked to leave ‘Bigg Boss 4’ following unruly behaviour in the house on the first day itself.
Bunty entered the ‘Bigg Boss’ house in Lonavala with 13 other contestants Saturday night and was asked to leave the show Sunday night.
"Bunty kept breaking all the rules and he kept sleeping throughout the day which is not allowed in the house. He even covered the cameras with socks and used abusive language against the ‘Bigg Boss’. So he was asked to leave," a source from Colors said.
In fact, before leaving the house, he even tampered with the microphones, the source added.
During his stay, Bunty received the maximum number of votes when the ‘Bigg Boss’ asked the contestants to nominate any one person. While the inmates thought the nomination was for eviction, Bunty was actually made the captain of the house.
However Bunty, who’s called "superchor" for his compulsive and audacious thefts, kept flouting all the rules of the show.(IANS)