Prince Narula, who has become the first contestant to enter "Bigg Boss 9" finale, has already bagged another reality show. The hunk will be seen in the upcoming season of celebrity Box Cricket League (BCL), which will be aired on Colors TV.

According to twitter buzz, Prince will join Delhi Dragons team that has his best friends from "Bigg Boss 9", Kishwer Merchantt and Suyyash Rai. 

Last year, Suyyash, who has played professional cricket for over a decade, helped his team Delhi Dragon become the first BCL winner. And now, with Prince joining Suyyash and Kishwer, the team has only become stronger and is likely to give a tough competition in the second season of the celebrity cricket tournament.

BCL 2, co-owned by Balaji Telefilms' head honcho Ekta Kapoor, will see popular TV celebs taking part in the cricket tournament.

Ekta is leaving no stone unturned to make the show a star-studded one. While Sunny Leone has been roped in as the owner of Chennai Swagger team, Ekta has reportedly made it mandatory for all the popular faces of Balaji telefilms to be a part of the tournament.

Besides Delhi Dragons, the nine other teams of BCL 2 are: Kolkata Baabu Moshayes, Mumbai Warriors, Chennai Swagger, Jaipur Raj Joshiley, Chandigarh Cubs, Pune Anmol Ratn, Rowdy Bangalore, Lucknow Nawabs and Ahmedabad Express. The new season is expected to kick off in the second week of February.

Meanwhile in "Bigg Boss 9", Kishwer shocked viewers when she chose to leave the show with Rs 15 lakh, while allowing her "brother" Prince to get the "ticket to finale". Kishwer had to take the tough decision after the brother-sister duo were trapped in a complicated situation wherein one of them had to leave the house.