Bigg Boss Facts: Recently the 17th season of 'Bigg Boss' (Bigg Boss 17) has ended. The winner of this season is Munawar Faruqui. Munnavar won the final by defeating Abhishek Kumar. Munawar Faruqui got a new car along with the Bigg Boss trophy along with a cash prize of ₹ 50 lakh, but do you know where the idea of 'Bigg Boss' show, which became the favorite of crores of people, came from and its success in India? When did it start? Let us tell you in detail in this article today.
Who is the owner of 'Bigg Boss'?
When and how did 'Bigg Boss' start? Before knowing about this, let us know who is the owner of India's most liked reality show 'Bigg Boss' (Who is the owner of Bigg Boss)? You must have often heard Salman Khan and contestants taking the name of Endemol! Actually, the owner of 'Bigg Boss' is Endemol. It is a Dutch-based media company, which produces and distributes multi-platform entertainment content.
When did 'Bigg Boss' start?
'Bigg Boss' started in the year 2006. It was first broadcast on TV in India in the year 2006. Salman Khan has been hosting it for the last several years. However, in the initial phase, Bigg Boss has also been hosted by people like Arshad Warsi, Shilpa Shetty, Amitabh Bachchan.
What happens in 'Bigg Boss'? (What happened in Bigg Boss)
Famous people from different regions of the country are included in Bigg Boss. They come and live in Bigg Boss house and play different types of games. Apart from this, many types of games are organized in the show, to win which all the contestants have to qualify. The winner of this show is made by the one who is voted the most by the public. On becoming the winner, prizes worth lakhs of rupees and many other prizes are also given.
Who have been the winners of Bigg Boss? (Bigg Boss Winner List)
Season 1 of Bigg Boss was won by Rahul Roy. He was famous for his roles in films like Aashiqui, Junoon and Gumrah in the 90s. Bigg Boss Season 2 Ashutosh Kaushik, Third Season Bindu Dara Singh, Fourth Season Shweta Tiwari, Fifth Season Juhi Parmar, Sixth Season Urvashi Dholakia, 7th season Gauahar Khan, Season 8 Gautam Gulati, Season 9 Prince Narula, Season 10 Manveer Gurjar, 11th season Shilpa Shinde, 12th season Deepika Kakkar. Dipika Kakar), 13th season Sidharth Shukla, 14th season Rubina Dilaik, 15th season Tejasswi Prakash, 16th season famous rapper MC Stan and 17th season Munnawar Faruqui. had won.
How did 'Bigg Boss' start in India?
'Bigg Boss' is the Hindi version of 'Big Brother', a Dutch reality show created by John de Mol Jr., which first aired in the Netherlands in 1999 and was later syndicated internationally. 'Big Brother' consists of contestants, called “housemates” or “houseguests”, who live together in a specially constructed house and are completely cut off from the outside world. The housemates are constantly monitored day and night by live television cameras as well as audio microphones while they are in the house. Every week 1-2 contestants are eliminated from the house. In the end, the one who gets the most votes is declared the winner. The content of 'Bigg Boss' is also the same.
Bigg Boss runs in 7 languages in India
Bigg Boss in India was originally launched in the Hindi language, but has now been expanded to seven Indian languages including Kannada, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi and Malayalam. Now the 'OTT' version of Bigg Boss has also been organised. Till now two seasons of 'Bigg Boss OTT' have been streamed. The winner of 'Bigg Boss OTT 2' was Elvish Yadav.
Some important rules related to Bigg Boss (Bigg Boss Rules and Regulations in Hindi)
- The contract of Bigg Boss or Viacom 18 with every participant participating in 'Bigg Boss' is for 117 days. Meanwhile, even if a participant is eliminated from the show, he cannot be a part of any other show in these 117 days.
- No contestant can take anything like a book into the Bigg Boss house on his own free will. Additionally, participants participating in the show cannot share information with other participants before the show begins.
- No contestant can give information about being selected in his show to the media. By doing this the producer of the show has the right to throw him out of the show.
- If a participant leaves the show midway, he has to pay a fine of Rs 50 lakh. After the participant is out of the show, he has to remain in isolation until his last episode of 'On Hair' is aired.