Srinagar: The entry of Swami Agnivesh into the house of Bigg Boss has attracted the attention of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
“Swami Agnivesh going into the BigBoss house. I did not see this one coming and cannot wait to watch his entry,” Omar tweeted.
Agnivesh, the latest entrant in the controversial reality show `Bigg Boss`, is the fifth male contestant on the show, which is otherwise dominated by female contestants.
"How long before Swami Agnivesh gets in to a scrap with Pooja Mishra?," the Chief Minister said on micro-blogging website Twitter. Bigg Boss is the Indian version of international reality show `Celebrity Big Brother` and is known for its controversial candidates that include actors, TV stars, thieves, dacoits and politicians.
Agnivesh will make an unlikely contestant on the show, which is popular for expletive-ridden catfights among its members, who are locked for three months under 24X7 camera surveillance.