So Bigg Boss 8 is keeping us entertained night after night with the contestants’ antics. I’ve been giving you recaps, news and gossips from the house each day so that you don’t worry if you miss an episode because I’ve got you covered. It’s Children’s Day today and here I am attempting to list out the most juvenile contestants to have graced the Bigg Boss house. Which, let’s be real, wasn’t a difficult task at all because… it’s Bigg Boss, after all.
Season 1: Rakhi Sawant
Does this really come as a surprise? Rakhi Sawant pioneered the juvenile movement in Bigg Boss in the first season. She cried, screamed and literally rolled on the floor throwing tantrums. My favourite moment? When she cried for one entire episode over someone accidentally crushing garlic-ginger paste in the cup that she used to drink from. I wish I was making this one up.
Season 2: Rahul Mahajan
Rahul Mahajan wasn’t as juvenile as he was notorious. He was infamous for the whole love triangle between him, Payal Rohatgi and Monica Bedi. That’s right! It was high school all over again. And just when I had my doubts about putting him in the list, I remembered his laugh! Remember that?
Season 3: Kamaal R Khan
Kamaal R Khan was the first contestant in Bigg Boss history to have been evicted from the house on grounds of violence. He is seriously like that annoying kid that no one wants to hang out with but can’t stop watching! Just yesterday, he added yet another gem to his long list of offences. Some kids never learn!
Season 4: Sara Khan
Before Ashmit Patel-Veena Mallik happened in full swing, Ashmit and Sara Khan were supposed to be the couple as they were inseparable! It was only when Sara left (only to come back later) that Ashmit swiftly moved on to Mallik. Funnily enough, on returning to the house, Sara started referring to Ashmit as her brother. And she did all of this in baby talk! * squirms*
Season 5: Pooja Misrra
Pooja Misrra came in season 5 and gave us the catch phrase ‘Spare me!’ on the tube! She was often called ‘The Dolly Bindra of Season 5′ and followed KRK’s footsteps into being chucked out of the house on grounds of violence. The babe surely chose her gurus well. She was the rebellious teen, if you will!
Season 6: Imam Siddiqui
Imam Siddiqui carried forward Pooja’s torch of the rebellious teen in season 6 and gave new meaning to the phrase ‘ape shit crazy!’ Talking of phrases, he also introduced “Time Out!’ on TV. Showing up in nude body suits, scaring contestants, calling himself a haivaan and even having a showdown with Salman Khan, Imam has done it all!
Season 7: Kushal Tandon
Kushal Tandon has often gone on record to say that how he is a complete child at heart and has very little control over his emotions. We saw that in the mad house too. Kushal is that moody kid who might have been adorable as a kid, but now that he’s not 7 years old, maybe he should grow up?
Season 8: Karishma Tanna
I know the more obvious choice might have been Gautam Gulati (I like that guy!) for his antics or even Arya Babbar who sometimes behaves like an overgrown manchild, but I think the most juvenile out of them all is Karishma Tanna. Remember her most recent “make up” outbreak, among many other things?
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