The contestants of Bigg Boss sign a Non Disclosure Agreement before they set foot inside the Bigg Boss house. This contract prohibits them from talking about their participation in the media. But this year, the contract seems to have changed a bit considering the contestants are openly talking about their selection in Bigg Boss 12, which is all set to kick start from September 16. First it was TV actress Dipika Kakkar's husband Shoaib Ibrahim, who confirmed her entry in Salman Khan's show a couple of days back during an interaction with India Today and now it's famous singer Anup Jalota, who has revealed his plans for Bigg Boss 12.
Yep! Anup, who is majorly known for singing Hindu devotional songs talked at length about his plans for BB12 thereby confirming his entry four days before the show goes on air. Bigg Boss 12: Shilpa Shinde Is All Set To Appear On The Grand Premiere And We Can't Wait To See Her Banter With Salman Khan
"When I got approached by Bigg Boss makers, I wondered what I could do as the show has a different kind of vibe altogether. Then, I thought maybe I could help housemates solve their problems with the help of my music. I plan to have a lot of fun there and will heal people with my bhajans," he told navbharattimes.com.
He added that Bigg Boss 12 is going to be a holiday for him and that he doesn't plan to stay for long inside that camera infested house. "I am going to Bigg Boss house for holiday and fun. Staying there for three months would be a little difficult for me since I have a lot of recordings lined up," he was further quoted.
And when it comes to solving fights, he will take a cue from the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "Whenever there will be a fight, I will present the truth in a diplomatic manner like our Modiji. I will tell the truth but in a way that nobody would be able to challenge it," he added. Well, now that he is indeed going to the Bigg Boss house this year, we can't wait to see what he has in store for us.
Bigg Boss 12 goes on-air from September 16. Salman Khan returns as the host for the ninth consecutive time.