Names of speculative participants for the 14th season of Bigg Boss have been trending on the internet. As Salman Khan’s reality show approaches its launch, tentative names of celebrities are doing the rounds on the internet. While many are coming out in the open to deny the rumours of them being a part of the controversial show, others continue to keep mum. This afternoon, Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla’s best friend Jasmin Bhasin’s name emerged as she's likely to be a part of the 14th season. Bigg Boss season 13 created history as it became one of the most-viewed and liked seasons of all time.
Well, another name that has made its place in the speculative list of Bigg Boss 14 contestants is Mishal Raheja, who rose to fame with Sriti Jha and Shabir Ahluwalia led show Kumkum Bhagya. Mishal now opened up about him entering Bigg Boss 14. He stated that he was approached by the makers in February but is now surprised to see how rumours of him participating in the show have surfaced now. Clearing the air of him being a part of Bigg Boss 14, Mishal stated that owing to his busy schedule, the actor had turned down the offer.
Speaking to Times Of India, Mishal said, “I’m surprised where these rumours are coming from. Yes, they did call me in February, but I was busy shooting then, which I conveyed to them. I’ve not had a meeting with them recently.”
He further said that he’s his own boss, “It’s a fabulous show, but I don’t think I am cut out for it. No 'Bigg Boss' for me, I’m my own boss! On a serious note, I’m an introvert and I don’t like fighting. I’m more of a peaceful guy; if I see a fight, I will walk away from the room. The audience won’t enjoy my work and they’ll be like... throw this guy out in two weeks!” (ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: Tejasswi Prakash, Surbhi Jyoti, Chahatt Khanna And More Actors Who Reportedly Turned Down The Salman Khan Hosted Reality Show)
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