Shirish Kunder, Vijender Singh in `Bigg Boss 6`?

Last Updated: Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 13:57

New Delhi: If grapevine is to be believed, boxing champ Vijender Singh, filmmaker Shirish Kunder and veteran actress Aruna Irani are likely to be a part of the new season of controversial reality show ‘Bigg Boss 6’, which goes on air Sunday.

To be hosted by Salman Khan, the show is likely to have inmates from all walks of life, whether it`s sports, television, films or Page 3 circuit.

Here is a tentative list of contestants:

Ashutosh Rana: Character actor Ashutosh, who has been a part of over 50 films, has been approached for his rustic style and temper.

Vijender Singh: Boxing champ Vijender has a huge fan base. His boxing skills might come in handy considering the verbal battles that take place in the house.

Satish Shah: Popular Bollywood comedian has been associated with more than 100 films. His comic timing will be something to watch out for in ‘Bigg Boss’ house.

Mahesh Manjrekar: A well-known Marathi theatre and cinema personality, Manjrekar is known for directing films like ‘Astitva’ and ‘Vaastav’ and he has given a new dimension to the portrayal of negative characters with his power packed performances in films like ‘Wanted’.

Luv-Kush: Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha`s twin sons have also been approached for the show.

Shirish Kunder: The filmmaker, who has directed flops like ‘Jaan-e-Man’ and ‘Joker’, has also been approached.

Kavita Kaushik: Known for playing Chandramukhi Chautala in the popular comedy show ‘FIR’, the actress has won a huge fan following for her role in the show.

Aruna Irani: A veteran character artist, who has been there and done it all, may join the gang.

The list also includes TV actresses Rashmi Desai Sandhu, Jennifer Winget, Sangita Ghosh, composer Bappa Lahiri, Udit Narayan`s son Aditya, singer Anushka Manchanda and Sheetal Mafatlal, industrialist Atulya Mafatlal`s wife and a regular in page 3 circuit.

IANS



First Published: Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 13:57

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