Bigg Boss 5 gets bigger and better
Season 5 of controversial reality show Bigg Boss promises to be bigger and better with hosts Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt and an interesting mix of celebs - boxer Mike Tyson, actor Barabara Mori, ex-cricketer Jonty Rhodes and many more.tv Updated: Sep 30, 2011 13:53 IST
The fifth season of TV reality show Bigg Boss promises to get bigger and better with tons of drama and manipulation, having changed its house location to Karjat, besides having two star hosts- Salman and Sanjay- who will be welcoming 14 new inmates including probables like boxer Mike Tyson, actor Barabara Mori, ex-cricketer Jonty Rhodes and many more.
The show sees celebrity contestants stay in a house for about three months, cut off from the outside world. They are overseen by a "mysterious person" known as Bigg Boss.
This time, the location of Bigg Boss house has been shifted to Karjat from Lonavala. Interior designer Shayam Bhatia has designed the 9,000 square feet house.
This year there are two separate bedrooms as against the single bedroom last time where all 14 housemates stayed.
The bedrooms have been done in shades of green and fuchsia with a hint of white, brown and yellow. The confession room varies with a shade of royal green and the jail concept is back and black.
The beautifully designed open kitchen is connected to a dining room that extends to the garden area. The outdoor spot consists of a pool, the activity area, gymnasium and the kitchen sink.
This season there will be over 55 cameras following every move of the contestants 24x7.
Like last year there will be a special bedroom for the Head-of-House who will get special privileges.
Also, the show will also see two hosts for the first time- Bollywood stars Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt.
Salman, who hosted the fourth season, is the only celebrity who will be repeating the feat for the second time.
Mike Tyson, boxer
Barabara Mori, actor
Jonty Rhodes, ex-cricketer
Jay Sean, singer
Lady Gaga, pop star
Poonam Pandey, model
Nihita Biswas, Charles Sobhraj’s wife
Mink Brar, actor
Navjot Singh Sidhu, cricket commentator
Jaspal Bhatti, comedian
Adhyayan Suman, actor
Kratika Sengar, TV actor
Karan Singh Grover, TV actor