Bigg Boss 12: 'Salman Se Panga Nahi', 'Make Noise'- Tips By Arshi Khan, Rakhi Sawant, Prince Narula, Sambhavna Seth

Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 12 is round the corner and a few ex-contestants like Arshi Khan, Vikas Gupta and Rakhi Sawant among others, have some tips to share with the contestants who are ready to step inside the house

New contestants are gearing up for the 12th Season of Bigg Boss and reportedly the commoners have reached Lonavala to shoot for their introduction AV. Just yesterday, we brought you the final list of contestants who will be entertaining you this year.

While everyone is gearing up to witness the ladai-jagdha, rona-dhona, pyaar-mohabbat inside the house, a few ex-Bigg Boss contestants have some tips to share with the new ones who are ready to step inside the most controversial house. Bombay Times got in touch with some of the controversial celebs of previous seasons and asked them for their tips.

Avaam ki jaan Arshi Khan from Bigg Boss 11, whose nightgowns made more headlines than her says it is important to be loyal to your friends. Talking to the leading daily, Arshi said, “You will have to be loyal and have loyal friends. The more loyal you are, the more people will love you. It’s also important to be active. Ab aap khud ko camera pe dikhane ke liye kya kya kar sakte hain, woh aap ke apne tareeke hain. Some fight, while others dance and enjoy, but at the end of the day, it’s all about being entertaining. Camera mein dikhna bhi zaroori hai. Ek jagah chup ho ke baithne wale toh nahi chal paayenge.” Giving some tips to commoners, she says, “Kabhi celebrity se conscious matt hona, jab aap ek baar ghar mein jaate hain, toh celebrity bann jaate hain. Salman bhi yahi hi kehte thay.”

Arshi’s co-contestants, Vikas Gupta who was tagged as the mastermind of the house, says it’s not important to be loud all the time. Sharing his trips he said, “Don’t overdo it. Don’t try to do things so that you can be in front of the camera all the time. It is not important to fight unnecessarily. There are hundreds of cameras recording everything, 24x7. Don’t be fake in the house, yeh work nahi karta hai wahan par. Ek, do, teen din kar loge, but after that you won’t be able to keep up the act. I would suggest that people be positive – you will need a lot of positivity in the house. Be prepared to take knocks, but get up stronger.”

Bigg Boss 8 winner Prince Narula, who is set to tie to knot with his co-contestant Yuvika Chaudhary, said, “Always take a stand and make sure that people are listening to you. You can get louder if needed, but being loud and shouting aren’t really important. Just be who you are. Make friends, have fun, perform and prove yourself. I had a lot of friends and I am friends with most of them even now. But that’s my personality. If you want to be with two-three people, that’s fine too. Just have fun.” He adds, “It’s also important to know basic cooking. Learn it before you enter the house. The kitchen is the place you will run to after every task because a lot of energy goes in them.”

Sambhavna Seth, Season 2 contestant, who was later seen in Bigg Boss 8 as a guest says, “You have to be yourself. If you are shouting and doing things for the camera and TRPs, it will not work. People want to see the real you. Kuch extra mat karo, agar aap ke andar masala hai, toh woh waise bhi dikhega,” she says, adding, “'Bigg Boss' mein mera ek hi side show hua, but now that I have a YouTube channel, people get to see all shades of my personality and they love me. So it’s very important to be who you are. You can pretend to be like a former contestant for a day or two, but you’ll get tired eventually. And once you are tired, you will be out. People with dual personalities do not work.”

Delzaan Irani, who was seen in Bigg Boss 6, also encourages making noise in the house. Sharing her tips for the news contestants, the actress told the leading daily, “My favourite contestant so far has been Shilpa Shinde. She fought, took a stand for herself, but she did all of this while entertaining the audience. I seriously feel that if she was in a season before mine, I would have learnt from her. And rather than being quiet and subdued, I would have done a few things that she did.” Having a thick skin and patience is the only way one can survive, says Delnaaz. “If a contestant really wants to be a lambi race ka ghoda, then like horses, they need to put their blinkers on. Nothing around them should affect them. The key is to be patient and do your job to the best of your ability. People now know that if you make noise, you will last longer. You bark and you will last more. And it helps 100%.”

The most controversial contestant of Bigg Boss Season 1, Rakhi Sawant has the ultimate tip- 'don’t mess with Salman Khan'. Giving her advice Rakhi said, “Ladai karo, jhagda karo, but be happy. Take this opportunity to make yourself and your life better, apni barbaadi mat karne jaao. Try to stay calm and never start a fight for the sake of fighting, par agar koi tumse jhagda kare, toh phir uska band baja do. I would also advise people to not misbehave with Salman Khan. Kyunki agar tumne Salman Khan ke sath badtameezi kari, apko show se bhi nikaal diya jaayega aur film industry mein bhi no one will take a stand for you.”


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