Anusha Dandekar’s name in discussion for Bigg Boss 15

The names of potential contestants of Bigg Boss 15 continue to be discussed. It is said that this time actress and singer Anusha Dandekar can also participate in Bigg Boss.

Anusha Dandekar is an Indian-Australian MTV VJ, actress, and singer known as VJ and a host who has hosted many shows.

Dandekar was born on 9 January 1982 in Khartoum, Sudan to a Marathi family, Shasidhar and Sulabha Dandekar, who is originally from Pune, India. She and her sisters, actress and model Shibani and Epaksha Dandekar grew up in Australia.

In 2002, at the age of 19, Dandekar moved to Mumbai to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. He was selected as an anchor in MTV’s House of Style. She later hosted the MTV Dance Crew, MTV Teen Diva, MTV News, and MTV Love School for the network.

In 2008, he won Best VJ at the Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Female Awards. In 2012, Dandekar made his music debut with the single Better Than Your Ex. The song, in the English language, was released in June.

A fashion icon, Dandekar has also featured covers of Cosmopolitan, Elle, and Seventeen. She has also endorsed brands such as Reebok, Tony & Guy, Croix, and Lee Jeans. In 2017 she became a patron for a show India’s Next Top Model (cycle 3), which is broadcast on MTV India.

Significantly, Bigg Boss is the Indian version of Big Brother and is one of the most popular reality shows. It is a television game show franchise produced by Viacom 18 aired in India and Endemol Shine India through Colors. It is also available on OTT platforms such as Hotstar and Voot. The show also runs in 7 different languages ​​spoken in the Indian subcontinent.

The concept of the show is reality-based where famous personalities and oftentimes the average person gets a common platform to showcase their abilities. The contestants of the show keep them in a house that is cut off from the outside world. Just Bigg Boss and the show’s host will interface with them. At this time they are not given any reports from the rest of the world.

This is probably the most preferred show of the media business. Bigg Boss has managed to keep its audience on its TV screen through its ugly fights, manipulative games, back-bitching, and eavesdropping in its fourteen seasons.

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