Bigg Boss to merge the two houses' inmates
After adding another house to the show two weeks ago, now reality show Bigg Boss has decided to add further drama. The two houses — the modern one with 10 contestants and the padosi house (village-style mud hut) with four contestants will be merged this week.tv Updated: Dec 01, 2012 19:45 IST
A source close to the show reveals, "Fifty-five days into the show, Bigg Boss has decided to break the barrier between the houses and get all the contestants under one roof. It will be a full house yet again with the merging of the modern and the rustic mud houses." While the modern house contestants are clueless about their padosis (neighbours), the padosi house contestants have been watching the formers’ every move on cameras.
The source adds, "The merger will be quick, all the contestants will be given five minutes to pack and move which might add to the commotion. The contestants will be interchanged with the padosi house occupants spending a night in the modern one and vice versa."
After a day, everyone will finally meet each other in the modern house.
"That is when the actual fun will begin. After the fight with Imam (Siddiqui) and the other four contestants — Aashka Goradia, Dinesh Niruaha, Santosh Shukla and Vrijesh Hirjee — in the padosi house, it will be interesting to see their reactions when they meet once again. It will also be fun to watch the 10 contestants of the modern house squeezing themselves in the small mud hut."
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