Taarak Mehta’s Munmun Dutta, Surbhi Chadna enter Bigg Boss 15 as wild cards, aim for “ticket to final”. Watch the trailer

Bigg Boss Season 15 is set to welcome new wild card entries, including Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Munmun Dutta.

Actor Munmun Dutta is ready to enter the Bigg Boss 15 house. A new promo from Colors TV shows her in a glamorous avatar, preparing for the show.

The video also shows Surbhi Chandna, Akanksha Puri and Vishal Singh as other jokers. Together, they will challenge the competitors and their claim on the Ticket to Finale. “The flaws nikalne walon ko bataege ki intelligence hoti kya hai (we will show what it takes to be smart),” they said in the video.

Munmun Dutta is a popular face on television, due to the success of his hit comedy show, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. She plays Babita Ji in the series, which also stars Dilip Joshi, Shailesh Lodha and others. Surbhi is known for her role in the romantic television series Ishqbaaz.

In another promo, Bigg Boss announces to the speaker that “Surbhi should wear his mic properly”, the rest of the contestants don’t know which “Surbhi” Bigg Boss was talking about. Watch it here:

Munmun was pretty invested in the show in 2018 and often tweeted about the contestants. At one point, she even called the series one-sided. She tweeted: “Karma is definitely coming back to bite your ass **. Rohit finally jailed is proof of that. Big blow to Surbhi Rana too who is trying to be sachai ki murti. Despite all the nonsense, some of these candidates are protected A season so biased this time.

Read also : Munmun Dutta explains absence of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, says reports of the show’s shutdown have taken their toll on him

There were also reports earlier last year that Munmun was planning to leave the Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. The team behind the show made it clear that this was not the case.

Munmun also apologized last year for using a caste insult in a YouTube video and blamed it for the “language barrier”. “This is in reference to a video I posted yesterday where a word I used was misinterpreted. It was never said with the intention of insulting, intimidating, humiliating or hurt anyone, ”she wrote in her apology.

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