Shilpa Shetty became the queen of the reality shows after she won UK’s famous reality TV show Big Brother.
Now she has been roped in to host the Indian version of the show — Big Boss season 2 which is all set to hit television screens on Aug 17.
The reason I agreed to do Big Boss 2 is because I was familiar with the format, says Shilpa
The Indian version of the popular British reality show Big Brother, Bigg Boss will see 14 people, including celebrities, locked into a house under the surveillance of over 30 cameras for a period of three months. These housemates will have no contact with the outside world.
The house located on the outskirts of Mumbai would have no phones, television, internet, books or even a clock. The 14 participants will be allowed to bring only essential items to the house and they would have to cook and clean the place themselves.
Prize money will be of Rs 75 lakhs! The first season of Bigg Boss was aired in 2006 on Sony Television.
Second season of Big Boss starts on August 17 every Monday to Sunday at 10 pm on Colors.