Salman Khan during Bigg Boss 12 launch
Salman Khan during Bigg Boss 12 launchTwitter

Bigg Boss 12 (BB 12) is going to start this September 16, and like every year, fans are extremely excited about the reality show.

While the full confirmed list of Bigg Boss 12 contestants is yet to be announced, some of the ex-contestants have a couple of tips for the participants this year.

Six former contestants of the show including Arshi Khan, Rakhi Sawant, Prince Narula, Sambhavna Seth, Vikas Gupta and Delnaaz Irani have some valuable advice for the Bigg Boss 12 contestants to survive inside the house.

Here is what these ex-Bigg Boss contestants have to say, according to SpotboyE.

Rakhi Sawant
Rakhi SawantVarinder Chawla

Rakhi Sawant: I would advise people to not misbehave with Salman Khan. Because if you misbehave with him, you will be out of the show as well as from the film industry.

Arshi Khan
Arshi KhanColorsTV/Twitter

Arshi Khan: You will have to be loyal and have loyal friends. The more loyal you are, the more people will love you. It's also important to be active.

bigg Boss 11, Bigg Boss 11 captain vikas gupta
Vikas GuptaBigg Boss/Twitter

Vikas Gupta: Don't overdo it. Don't try to do things so that you can be in front of the camera all the time. Don't be fake in the house. This doesn't work there.

Prince Narula, Saumya Tandon and other TV celebs share their Diwali plan
Prince NarulaPrince Narula/Instagram

Prince Narula: Being loud and shouting isn't really important. Just be who you are. Make friends, have fun, perform and prove yourself.

Sambhavna Seth and Avinash Dwivedi host their wedding reception in Mumbai. Pictured: Sambhavna Seth
Sambhavna SethSambhavna Seth/Instagram

Sambhavna Seth: You have to be yourself. If you are shouting and doing things for the camera and TRPs, it will not work. If you have spice inside you, that will anyway be seen.

Delnaaz Irani
Delnaaz IraniYouTube screenshot

Delnaaz Irani: If a contestant really wants to be a 'lambi race ka ghoda', then like horses, they need to put their blinkers on. The key is to be patient and do your job to the best of your ability.