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Get the updated and confirmed Bigg Boss Season 8 contestants list with the final names of Bigg Boss season 8 inmates as Salman Khan welcomes them on-board. Also Read - Tiger 3: Salman Khan to Begin Shoot in February? - All You Need to Know About YRF's Film
We have the final list of Bigg Boss 8 contestants, as promised in the promos this season seems to be hatke with loads of surprise elements in store including a secret society in the house in which three of the contestants have got special powers and will grill the other fellow contestants. Earlier the BB 8 took off with Salman Khan making a grand entry like never before as the captain cool straight from the cockpit as the glass-walled house is replaced by a grand plane. Also Read - Bigg Boss 14: Famous YouTuber CarryMinati to be a Part of Show? Here's What he Has to Say
Bigg Boss is considered as one of the biggest reality shows of Indian television and the eighth season of the reality show got off on September 21. Salman Khan is hosting the show for the fifth consecutive year. So fasten your seat-belts as Sallu Bhai takes the contestants on a grand flight. Bigg Boss got sky high TRPs in its first seven seasons and this time it is said to be an altogether different concept. The show began with Salman Khan grooving to his popular Kick song Hangover. He introduced the contestants in a completely new style and shook a leg with them before a formal introduction.There were suprise elements also as actors accompanied the contestants to confuse the audience.
Catch the updated and confirmed Bigg Boss Season 8 contestants list with the final names of Bigg Boss season 8 inmates:
Sonali Raut: The younger sister of supermodel Ujwala Raut turns up in a body hugging blingy outfit draw cheers from the audience and grab some curious eyeballs.
Karishma Tanna: The leggy lass is one of the first two contestant to enter the Bigg Boss 8 house.
Upen Patel: The controversially colourful Gujju dude has come straight from London and with this flight he is only going to go places. We are expecting this babe magnate to showcase his naughty side in the plane. he UK-based model had worked in several Bollywood films, including Namastey London, Shakalaka Boom Boom and Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, among others.
Soni Singh: The sizzling bombay babe who sizzled as the delicious vamp in Sanjay Leela Bhansai’s much talked about television series Saraswatichandra is all set to unleash her oomph in the plane.
Arya Babbar: The Tees Maar Khan actor enters the Bigg Boss 8 and is expected to add spice to the proceedings like Arman Kohli did in the last season.
Diandra Soares: Model who scorches the ramp with her catwalk, Diandra Soares is known for the bald ramp walk. She is also a fashion designer and anchor.
Sushant Divgikar: Mr Gay India Sushant Divgikar joins the BB 8 house. Whether he can fill the shoes of Imam Siddiqui who is considered as the favourite LGBT contestant of previous seasons.
Gautam Gulati: The actor who featured in popular Star TV serial Diya Aur Baati Hum, Gautam Gulati enters the Bigg Boss 8 house. This explains his sudden disappearance from the show and gives Bigg Boss 8 another name from the daily soap.
Sukirti Kandpal: Dr Anjali from the popular show ‘Dil Mil Gaye’ enters the Bigg Boss 8 house with Gautam Gulati.
Praneet Bhatt: Shakuni Mama from the Mahabharat on Star Plus is the next Bigg Bogg 8 inmate to enter the house.
Natasha Stankovic: Adding fire to the Bigg Boss 8 proceedings is the Serbian model who was seen opposite Ranveer Singh in the Do-The-Rex condom ad. She was also seen in an item number in Satyagraha.
Minissha Lamba: The Yash Raj actress is the last one inside the Bigg Boss 8 house. The drama begins now.
The surprise element this season is the introduction of three wardens (Read: Bigg Boss season 8: Secret society- what this surprise element is all about?). Watch this space for regular updates on Bigg Boss 8 hosted by Salman Khan.
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