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Gay Contestants Who Have Added Colors To Bigg Boss

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| September 9 , 2015 , 18:41 IST
Bigg Boss has been the talk of the town every single season. The show is a complete package of entertainment with its crazy contestants and their controversies. Season 9 is all set to hit the screens and like the previous seasons, the show will maintain its diversity regarding the contestants. Until now, every season has had one housemate who represents LGBT community and this year India’s first gay brand ambassador, Nakshatra Bagwe, is speculated to be seen on the show. Here's just a reminder about previous seasons' LGBT contestants, along with the Season 9's too. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 9: India’s First Gay Brand Ambassador Nakshatra Bagwe To Enter As LGBT Contestant?
Bobby Darling (Bigg Boss 1)
[caption id="attachment_123274" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] Indian trans-woman and Bollywood actress Bobby Darling participated in Bigg Boss season 1 in 2006. Before entering the show, Bobby used to act in TV soaps and movies. She got evicted in the very first week of the season.
Rohit Verma (Bigg Boss 3)
[caption id="attachment_123278" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] Fashion designer Rohit Verma participated in season 3 of Bigg Boss, which aired in 2009. Though he was very much into the glam world, people didn't know much about his sexuality until he came on-screen. He managed to stay in the show for eight weeks.
 Begum Nawazish Ali (Bigg Boss 4)
[caption id="attachment_123281" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] Begum Nawazish Ali came all the way from Pakistan. She came to the house in 2010 and managed to stay for 3 weeks.
Laxmi Narayan Tripathi (Bigg Boss 5)
[caption id="attachment_123276" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] Transgender rights activist, Laxmi Narayan Tripathi is a dance instructor and wanted to change the outlook of Indian audience towards gays and lesbians. She was one of the strong contenders.
Imam Siddique (Bigg Boss 6)
[caption id="attachment_123275" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] Indian fashion stylist Imam Siddique entered the house mid-season.
VJ Andy (Bigg Boss 7)
[caption id="attachment_123280" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] VJ Andy or Anand Vijay Kumar, known for hosting many reality shows, was a part of Bigg Boss 7 and gained loads of popularity.
Sushant Divgikar (Bigg Boss 8)
[caption id="attachment_123279" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Colors TV)[/caption] Mr. Gay International 2014, Sushant Divgikar, represented the LGBT community in Bigg Boss Season 8.
Nakshatra Bagwe (Bigg Boss 9)
[caption id="attachment_123277" align="aligncenter" width="700"](Photo courtesy: Twitter) (Photo courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] In Bigg Boss season 9, speculations are rife that India’s first gay brand ambassador Nakshatra Bagwe will be making a grand entry. Let's see how he appears on-screen, friendly like Andy or aggressive like Imam.

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