November 24, 2016 4:26:17 pm
It’s already known that eliminated contestant Priyanka Jagga is making a comeback on Bigg Boss 10 as a wildcard entry and joining her will be three celebrities — actor Sahil Anand, German-Russian actor Elena Kazan and international model Jason Shah. The three names might not be popular but going by their profiles, it is certain that they will bring a lot of drama to the controversial reality show.
Sahil is best known as actor Varun Dhawan’s friend in Student of the Year but before entering films, he had a taste of reality TV as he participated in MTV Roadies and Splistvilla. In fact, Sahil appeared on season four of Roadies, which also had current Bigg Boss contestant Bani J. Sahil and Bani’s shared history will surely bring a new angle to the game and while Bani is going strong in the house, it will be interesting to see how Sahil’s entry affects her stay.
To Indian audience, Elena is known for her special appearance in Saif Ali Khan-starrer Agent Vinod where she appeared in the song ‘I’ll do the talking tonight’. Perhaps to further her career in Bollywood, the stunner has taken up Bigg Boss 10, which is one of the most watched TV series in the country.
It has been seen in the past that international models and actors always add much-needed glamour to the show and the same would be expected of Elena. What will be more interesting to see is whether Elena has the strength and grit to survive the show like last season’s Iranian actor Mandana Karimi.
Jason, who made his Bollywood debut with Fitoor this year, is popular on the social media, courtesy his nude photoshoots. With his enviable physique and looks, Jason will surely give be a competition to male celebrities like Rahul Dev and Gaurav Chopra in the house but whether he can play the game as well as these two stars will be revealed in a few days.
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