5 Cricketers who should appear on the reality show Bigg Boss
These cricketers' appearances will definitely increase the viewership of the show.
Updated - Jan 24, 2019 1:39 pm
Bigg Boss is one of the most controversial yet entertaining shows that is aired on Indian Television. Cricket, as we know is by far the most followed sport in the country. What happens when we combine cricket and Bigg Boss? The resultant would be a deadly combination filled with loads of drama and entertainment which would be more than enough to keep millions of fans glued to the Television sets.
Bigg Boss season 12 saw the entry of the disgraced former Indian fast bowler, S Sreesanth and he ended up winning hearts for the way he portrayed himself in the show. Sreesanth finished as the runner-up to Dipika Kakar. It was always going to be interesting to see the way the audience would react to his presence in the show and the 35-year-old made it big on the TV sets.
The cricketing world is not short of controversial characters even among retired stars. Should they take part in the reality show, the spice levels would get a massive boost.
Let us have a look at the five cricketers who should be a part of Bigg Boss:
5. Tino Best
The former West Indian fast bowler shared quite a lot of unknown information in his autobiography. He admitted having slept with over ‘350-500 women’. In a country like India where stuff can strike a huge controversy (ask Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul), Tino would garner a reaction every time he appears on the screen and that’s what the show-makers look for when they invite the contestants.
With his open and fun-loving personality, Tino is bound to attract attention every time he makes a public appearance.
The former cricketer who is venturing out into professions like commentary, an Indian fan base will only give him a boost. To appear on Bigg Boss might not be a bad option after all. Some Windies’ flavour in the reality show could do loads of good for the participant as well as the organizers of the show.