MUMBAI: The tenth Season of Bigg Boss will open its gates to the general public as contestants in its house. For the first time Bigg Boss has opened doors to the common man, Colors is inviting Indians across the globe to showcase their entertaining streak.
The challenge is now real; some fortunate people will get an opportunity to taste the life of a Bigg Boss contestant, staying in confinement for over hundred days along with other contestants and walk away with name, fame and prize money.
On this game changing proposition, Colors CEO Raj Nayak said, “Bigg Boss as a show is like a study in human psychology. One can learn so much about human behavior through the actions of the housemates in a given situation. As we take on this interesting content innovation, we look forward to receiving some interesting entries from our increasing viewer base. We will be scouting for some great contestants in the months to come. You could be a doctor, engineer, lawyer, teacher, preacher, banker, entrepreneur, home-maker, taxi-driver, coolie, from any domain, any socio-economic background, have any caliber, if you think you are an entertainer, then this is the break that you have been looking for.”
He further elaborated, “Bigg Boss’ fan following transcends boundaries; global Indians have followed the show through its various stages. We now invite them to participate in the show, giving us an opportunity to make the experience more personal.”
Commenting on this development, Indiacast group CEO Anuj Gandhi said, “Bigg Boss is one of Colors’ key properties and is hugely popular and widely anticipated each year. As Season 10 opens its door to the common man, we are glad to announce this unique opportunity to include our viewers from across the globe who has contributed towards makingBigg Boss an international success story. We have always sought to engage with the Indian diaspora and bring them a slice of Indian culture and now with Bigg Boss season 10 we are taking it a step further.”