Bigg Boss 11: Top LGBT contestants who added colors to the show
Updated On : 29 Sep 2017,03:03 PM
Indian TV’s biggest reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ is back and is all set to begin with its 11th season from October 1. Fans of the show starts speculating the probable contestants of the new season much before the \commencement of the show.
Fans are super-excited for the Grand Premiere episode as the house of ‘Bigg Boss’ will get filled with new contestants.
For the years, contestants of Bigg Boss consisted of many celebrities from several fields such as Bollywood, TV, sports, politicians, etc.
For a change, the makers of the reality show introduced commoners in the show in the last season along with the celebrities to participate and the audience liked the new twist.
However, there were several LGBT contestants also who were part of the popular show in the past:
Here’re some of the LGBT contestants who became popular after participation in the show:
Bobby Darling – is an Bollywood actress who has acted in several films including Taal, Style, Chalte Chalte, Page 3 and many more. She was the part of the first season of Bigg Boss and was the also the first person representing sexuality minorities which has continued on the show.
Rohit Verma – He is a fashion designer and has designed for many leading actresses in Bollywood. He participated in the third season of ‘Bigg Boss’. He managed to stay in the house for 8 weeks.
Begum Nawazish Ali – is a Pakistani television host, actor and scriptwriter. He became a contestant in the fourth edition of ‘Bigg Boss’ and managed to stay for 3 weeks in the house.
Imam Siddique - is an Indian fashion stylist and television personality. He was a contestant of the sixth season of the show and was one of the most controversial participants of the season. After ‘Bigg Boss’, he earned a show on MTV ‘Time Out Imam’.
VJ Andy – works as a video jockey for Channel V and anchored several TV shows. He participated in the seventh season of the show and was among the Top 5