Will the Swami succumb to the ‘Bigg Boss’ beauties?
Mumbai: There were reports earlier at the start of ‘Bigg Boss 5’ that it might lose out on TRP’s because of the lack of prominent faces in the show. However, some recent entries in the show, especially Swami Agnivesh, ‘Bigg Boss 5’ might just hit the marquee.
The entry of Swami Agnivesh in ‘Bigg Boss’ has attracted huge attention. Among all those who are looking forward to watch Swami Agnivesh on BB, there is Amar Singh who feels that the swami might get involved in unnecessary controversies.
He said, “menkaon ke beech kahin behek na jaye Swami Agnivesh (among the bevy of beauties, Swami Agnivesh might just go astray)”.
Amar further added that the decision of swami to take part in ‘Bigg Boss 5’ is really commendable and impressive, for the show discloses true self of its inmates
Agnivesh is the fifth male participant in the fifth season of `Bigg Boss`, which is dominated by female contestants like Pooja Bedi, Juhi Parmar, Shonali Nagrajan, Mehak Chahal among others.
Bhojpuri film star and former participant of `Bigg Boss` Manoj Tewari said that he wants to see how Swami Agnivesh’s conducts himself in the reality show.
Apart from Amar Singh, another personality who is excited about Swami Agnivesh is Jammu Kashmir CM Omar Obdullah. He recently tweeted, “Swami Agnivesh going into the BigBoss house. I did not see this one coming and cannot wait to watch his entry.”
Meanwhile, ex-contestant of ‘Bigg Boss 5’, Manoj Tiwary said, "Woh sahi ghar me gaye hain. Ab intezaar rahega woh apne ko kitna chipa paate hain aur kitna dikha paate hain"(He has gone to the right place.... It would be interesting to see how much he is able to hide or reveal about himself)."
The 46-year-old actor, who was on the show in the last season, said that Bigg Boss house is a controversial place. "It damages one’s image and often makes him controversial. Your respect and honour is dependent on the opinion of others," Tewari added.