The anticipation for the upcoming second season of Bigg Boss OTT has reached new heights, especially after the announcement that the show will be hosted by the iconic Salman Khan.
As fans eagerly await the show's premiere, a recent revelation of the confirmed contestants inside the Bigg Boss house has created quite a buzz. And now, according to reports, unexpected names have surfaced as potential contestants — former adult film stars Mia Khalifa and Sunny Leone.
While there has been no official confirmation about Khalifa's participation in the show, the news has already ignited a wave of excitement among the audience. Speculation is running rampant, and fans are eagerly waiting for the official announcement to confirm or dispel the rumours.
It's worth noting that the reality show has a history of surprising the audience with its choice of contestants, as seen in the case of Sunny Leone's entry in Bigg Boss 5. Leone's stint on the show catapulted her to immense fame, leading to numerous opportunities in reality shows and Bollywood movies. Recently, she even made her debut appearance at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival for her film Kennedy.
In the past, there have been instances where adult film stars have been linked to Bigg Boss, such as the speculation surrounding the entry of porn star Danny D in the show's 12th season. However, in an interview, Danny D mentioned that he was uncertain about his involvement and had entrusted the details to his manager. He expressed his willingness to join Bigg Boss 12 only if Mahika, his partner at the time, would be there to support and entertain him inside the house.
Pakistani currency remains stable against US dollar and other currencies in the open market on February 21, 2024 (Wednesday).
In the open market, the US dollar was being quoted at 279.6 for buying and 282.4 for selling.
Euro comes down to 300 for buying and 303 for selling while British Pound rate stands at 350.5 for buying, and 354 for selling.
UAE Dirham AED hovers at 76.15 whereas the Saudi Riyal saw slight increase, with new rates at 74.35.
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