The Bigg Boss returns
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After having seen five successful runs the sixth season of the the popular reality show Bigg Boss is back. Titled Bigg Boss Season 6 'Alag Che', the house, where the contestants will be staying, was recently unveiled in Lonavala. The largest house created so far the total area of the property is over 15000 sq ft. The house has been built keeping in mind the 'Vaastu' position along with 'Feng-shui' elements added to maintain peace and harmony in the house. Bollywood film set designer Sabu Cyril, who has worked on films like Robot and Ra One worked on creating the sprawling property for the 14 contestants to live in. Talking about the new look of the Bigg Boss house, Sabu says, "We wanted the house to look more real yet modern. This season we have also retained a lot of greenery allowing sunlight to hit the interiors of the house." Last season's dominant pink interiors have been done away with. The house now has a variance of bold and bright colors with shades of white, yellow, orange and green. This time there will be two huge separate rooms with enough space for all the housemates. An 'Alag' room will also be there. It is for the head of house or captain with privileges of an attached bathroom, a small seating area and a lot of free space to make decisions of the house in peace. The confession room has seen a transformation of sorts from the dark room to one with a metallic finish. In addition a hand pump, fishes parrots and 70 cameras will complete the settings for the viewers. Big Boss Season 6 starting October 7 will be aired from daily at 9.00 PM on COLORS.
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