Bigg Boss is one of the most watched shows on Indian television. Over the years, the show has delivered some exciting content for its viewers, keeping them on the edge of their seats. After a year’s break, the show is back with its 11th season. It has already been confirmed that Bigg Boss Season 11 will begin on October 1. According to a report by The Indian Express, Splitsvilla fame teen icon Priyank Sharma, Balika Vadhu actor Hiten Tejwani, Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain controversial star Shilpa Shinde and VJ Benafsha Soonawala have been confirmed as the celebrity contestants.
However, one new dimension that was added to the show last year is that now, commoners can also be a part of the show. Last year, we saw Manveer Gujjar, a common man from Noida winning the title by beating many famous personalities of Indian TV and film industry. Manu Punjabi from Jaipur also became very popular. After watching these contestants, many people across the country would like to be a part of the show. In case, you missed the initial chance, don’t worry, you can still be a part of Bigg Boss Season 11.
— COLORS (@ColorsTV) September 30, 2017
The news was confirmed on the Twitter handle of the show on Saturday morning. “It’s not too late. You can still become #BiggBossKePadosi by participating in this contest. #BB11,” the tweet read. To be a part of the show, you need to follow these three easy steps:
Step 1: You will have to watch the premiere of Bigg Boss 11 on October 1. That’s not even a task as most people were going to do it anyway.
Step 2: To be a part of the show, you will have to log in to colorstv.com/biggbosskepadosi between 12PM-1PM on 2nd October.
Step 3: On this page, you will get a few questions. Answer them and follow the instructions.
— Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) September 30, 2017
Talking about the show, Manisha Sharma, Programming Head of Colors told The Indian Express, “You will see Salman Khan in a new avatar in terms of a host. For the first time ever, Salman will move around in the Bigg Boss neighbourhood and will be staying alongside the contestants.”