I'm the trump card of 'Bigg Boss': Ajaz Khan
Actor Ajaz Khan, who is all set to enter “Bigg Boss 8” as a challenger, says he was called on “audience demand” and this time too viewers will get “full-on” entertainment from his side.
Mumbai: Actor Ajaz Khan, who is all set to enter “Bigg Boss 8” as a challenger, says he was called on “audience demand” and this time too viewers will get “full-on” entertainment from his side.
Ajaz is a part of "Bigg Boss Halla Bol", a special series hosted by filmmaker Farah Khan.
After engaging viewers for over 15 weeks, "Bigg Boss 8", hosted by superstar Salman Khan, will announce its five champions on Jan 3, 2015, following which "Bigg Boss Halla Bol" will be launched.
Azaz, who was famous for his “lover boy” image and was busy with his antics to impress Gauahar Khan in the previous season, has said that the contestants of this season are not able to increase TRPs, so “Bigg Boss” has called its “trump card” to entertain its viewers.
“I am going back inside the 'Bigg Boss' house because of audience demand. For me its like going back home. I think when Salman Khan is there during weekends, every contestant is real, but during weekdays every contestant becomes fake," Ajaz told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
“Being an entertainer it hardly matters when I am entering the show. I am going with a positive mood. I have watched previous episodes of this season. I think entertainment is lacking a bit this time. So they have hired me to fulfil that thing,” he added.
Asked why he didn't enter the show when it started, Ajaz said: “Now it has become a habit for me to enter the show in the middle. I think I'm the trump card of 'Bigg Boss'. Whenever they need me they call me up. I am a special student of 'Bigg Boss'.”
Apart from Ajaz, four other challengers who will enter the “Bigg Boss” house include Rahul Mahajan, Sambhavna Seth, Mahek Chahal and one more from the previous seasons. They will enter the show, Jan 4.