Mumbai: Celebrities' bickering and backstabbing, arguing and mud slinging - all this and much more returns to whet the appetite of TV viewers with the eighth season of reality show "Bigg Boss", which rolled out Sunday.
With 12 contestants from different walks of life, which include not-so-successful Bollywood actors Arya Babbar, Minissha Lamba, and Upen Patel and television's faded star Karishma Tanna, entering the house, one can look forward to a high dose of entertainment.
Natasa Stankovic, Praneet Bhat, Sonali Raut, Soni Singh, Sukirti Kandpal, Diandra Soares and Gautam Gulati will too join them and spice up the activities in the house, known for its controversies, high octane melodramas, acrimonious fights and scandalous affairs.
The presence of model Sushant Divgikar, who will represent LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community, is expected to heighten the drama.
Like the past seasons, this time also, inmates are expected to plot, plan and do politicking for their survival, but Bollywood superstar Salman Khan will keep an eye on their activities as the host and ensure that they do not do anything outrageous or disgraceful.
Salman, who hosted the show for the first time in 2010 for the fourth season, is hosting it for the fifth consecutive season.
So get set for 'Bigg Boss’ rigmarole, again.