Bigg Boss 16: Have a look at the recent list of celebrities entering the house; Just Sul, Manya Singh amongst them

Bigg Boss 16 is not so far, it’s only about a week to hit the television screens and the new updates about the contestants are in queue.

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The continuous buzz over new updates regarding Bigg Boss 16 is not at all very surprising rather its quite strange that how the hypes over Bigg Boss 16 is observably less than the prior seasons. Bigg Boss 16 is not so far, it’s only about a week to hit the television screens and the new updates about the contestants are in queue.

According to a source, “The latest names are influencers and artistes Abdu Rozik and Just Sul informed by ETime TV. The former is a Tajik singer who is also a part of the movie Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. He is known as the smallest singer in the world. Abdu Rozik suffered from rickets as a child which led to his stunted growth. But his singing talent has been recognized by the world over. Just Sul is another influencer who is reportedly in talks with the makers.”
The source further reveals, “One of the glam faces could be Manya Singh. She is the winner of the Miss India crown in 2020. She made a lot of news as she came from an economically backward community. Manya Singh had self-groomed herself for the beauty pageant. The name of Adnan Shaikh is also heard who was a part of Ace of Space 2.”

The other confirmed names are Prakruti Mishra, Madirakshi Mundle, Munawar Faruqui, Tina Dattaa, Shivin Narang and Kanika Mann. Sanaya Irani has not been confirmed yet but in talk to be a part of the show.

The controversial two names of Raj Kundra and Sajid Khan are also roaming around for the show. Two of them has recently alleged into foul plays and there lies an interesting comeback at the sets of BB house. Raj Kundra to be alleged for creating and uploading pornographic films on mobile applications. While Sajid Khan’s presence is controversial from the angle of Jacqueline Fernandez case. Till then it’s a wait for the final bell to move the curtains on October 1, 2022.