Bigg Boss: From the most entertaining contestants to controversial
Bigg Boss has engaged us and provided some of the best reality show experiences over its 15 years of existence. There were many unforgettable contenders who were full of masala and entertainment. The kraze app will provide you with a list of some of the greatest entertainers of all time who appeared on the show.
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The well-known Bollywood drama girl Rakhi Sawant took part in the Bigg Boss opening season. With her persona inside the house, she astounded everyone. She was the Bigg Boss season's most entertaining participant. Rakhi tried to divert attention with her spontaneous theatrics from the beginning.
Swami Om, a self-proclaimed holy man, was arguably the most popular Bigg Boss 10 participant. He used aggressive language, made misogynistic comments about literally every female candidate in the house, and made unnecessary insulting statements about the parenting of other contestants.
The adult film star's film career received a boost from Bigg Boss. Since this cool-headed beauty did not engage in disagreements, she quickly rose to the top of everyone's favourites.
Shilpa Shinde, an actress from Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain, competed in Bigg Boss 11 and won. Everyone saw her and co-contestant Vikas Gupta's humour. She made an effort to annoy Vikas, who once made an attempt to run from the house by scaling the walls.
Shehnaz Gill who refers to herself as "Punjab ki Katrina Kaif”, is most loved on social media. She took part in Season 13 of Salman's reality series Bigg Boss. Audiences have been pleasantly entertained by Shehnaz. Shehnaz had drawn the attention of the viewers with her stint, which included mimicking contestants and flirting with male candidates.
Imam Siddiqui took part in the 6th season of Bigg Boss. He used to act excessively towards candidates and spoke about dark magic. Everyone was intrigued by Imam's distinctive fashion sense. Imam, a self-described fashion expert, used to engage in altercations with competitors. His actions turned the other contenders against him, and everyone adored his "Time out" declaration.
Dolly Bindra was Bigg Boss season 4’s celebrity with most fans thankful for her intense drama. Her well-known line, "Baap pe mat ja," caught viewers' attention. Dolly was sent out of the house by Bigg Boss because she disregarded some game rules. But once the TRPs dropped, the show's creators decided to bring her back.
Andy took part in Bigg Boss season 7 and entertained the viewers with his jokes. His line "aaloo bade karare" quickly became well-known.
Ajaz Khan competed in Season 7 of Bigg Boss and was labeled as "South ka Superstar." He used every opportunity to flirt and always failed terribly. His tapori accent caught people's attention, and he frequently cracked jokes about India. His "Ek Number Manhus" became the season's most frequently repeated phrase.
Kamaal R. Khan
KRK (Kamaal Rashid Khan) took part in Bigg Boss 3rd season. He used to engage in heated arguments with competitors. When he tossed a bottle at Rohit during the quarrel, he was able to catch the audience's attention and quickly became the most annoying person in the house as well.
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