The tagline "Ab Scene Paltega" of the fourteenth season of Bigg Boss created a lot of curiosity amongst the audience. And introducing the ex-contestants - Sidharth Shukla, Hina Khan, and Gauahar Khan, as "Toofani Seniors" intrigued the audience even more. However, when the seniors left, we saw the contestants making a connection with each other and interacting much more than they did initially.
But the format of the show is such that one can expect the unexpected anytime, and connections and equations change within seconds. And since it is the most awaited reality show every year, we spoke to a few celebs about their expectations from the show this year. Here's what they had to say:
Dhruvee Haldankar: The expectations are always high only if they all get down to fulfilling them. This year it's different as all eyes will be glued to their screens and thus looking forward to some interesting content.
Jhanvi Sethi: I am looking forward to enjoying 'Bigg Boss' with my entire family. As a co-founder of MyZindagi Foundation, I feel we have gone through a tough year mentally and financially as a community. So this will be much-needed entertainment.
Vikas Sethi: 'Bigg Boss' to me has always been family entertainment. It engages and connects with everyone because it has what every family has, like fights, drama, celebrations, and moments of fun.
Srishti Jain: 'Bigg Boss' gets interesting each year, and they come up with different concepts and fun tasks every season. This year also I expect nothing less, with all the lovely people roped in to become a part of the show it seems like an interesting ensemble and it is very entertaining.
Pranitaa Pandit: I watch 'Bigg Boss' religiously and I am a big-time fan of the show, so of course, I was expecting this year to be full of spice and madness. I am really looking forward to more drama and entertainment, and so do a lot of people who are sitting at home and not going to work. The show needs to be more entertaining now.
Bhavesh Kumar: It has been good so far and I loved how the seniors came inside the house as a surprise package. But the contestants need to be more active. It's lacking drama and masala this season, at least from me.
Avinash Mukherjee: They have some really good contestants this time and I feel they are all strong in one way or the other. It has just begun and it's only been three weeks, and I feel they have done a good job so far. Looking for more entertainment in the coming days.
Delnaaz Irani: I have always been a huge 'Bigg Boss' fan and I think the only season I have not watched is my season. I am watching the show this year too. Every year it is becoming bigger and better as a show so even the choice of contestants is lovely and entertaining.
Aashish Mehrotra: No matter how much you expect from the show, 'Bigg Boss' always crosses it. It is the most talked-about show and after the lockdown, it became the most awaited one too. They have an interesting mix of contestants, and I can't wait to see more spice and masala.
Rohit Choudhary: 'Bigg Boss' is the most awaited show. I am following it regularly, but you can't expect anything from the show because it will always show you the unexpected. The contestants should open up more now, it's the third week.
Urvashi Upadhyay Sharle: It is the most awaited and entertaining show and since there was no entertainment during the lockdown, the expectations were high. Pandemic wise I think the house is quite safe, but I want to see the contestants entertaining us more.
Ansh Bagri: 'Bigg Boss' is an entertaining show with a lot of masala and I was very excited this year as Jasmin Bhasin entered the show. She was my co-star and is a friend too. I am looking forward to seeing more of Jasmin. She is smart, a good human, and I wish that she wins this show because she has that potential.
Khushbhoo Kamal: I am not a very big fan of 'Bigg Boss'. It’s an interesting show and since 2020 has already affected us so badly, the show is a good change for all the fans and followers.