Every season of "Bigg Boss" manages to draw huge audiences. From link-ups to fights, numerous controversies happen each day but few last very long.
The reality show invites relatives or ex-lovers to the house as contestants to add to the controversies.
Not-so-popular relatives of past celebrity contestants also get an opportunity to participate in the show .
The wild card contestant of "Bigg Boss 8" Nigaar Khan's entry created a buzz all over. She is the sibling of last season's winner Gauhar Khan. Gauhar was the talk of the town last year. Be it her link up with contestant Kushal Tandon or tiff with Andy, she was in the news. Though Nigaar got eliminated from the show real fast, the TV serial actress surely got a lot of publicity because of her dear sister.
Dimpy Mahajan is the ex-wife of well-known "Bigg Boss 2" contestant Rahul Mahajan, who was one of the annoying members of the house in a previous season. She came into the house as a wild card entry. In spite of their split up in real life, Dimpy is getting the attention of the audience because of her ex-husband's popularity.
Popular in sports circuit, wrester Sangram Singh got a ticket to "Bigg Boss" house and also popularity because of his girlfriend and ex-contestant of Season 2 Payal Rohatgi. During the show, steamy pictures of both became the talk of the town.
Jaya Sawant was a surprise entry for the audience in season 3. She grabbed eyeballs because she is the mother of the most controversial celeb and contestant of season 1 Rakhi Sawant.
Raja Chaudhary got a chance to be a part of season 2 partly because of TV serial actress and wife Shweta Tiwari. The former landed himself in numerous controversies in that season. However, Tiwari also participated in the show in season 4 and won.
Shraddha Sharma was the contestant of "Bigg Boss 5" and was popular because of her alleged affair with Raja Chaudhary.