Mumbai, Sep 21 (): Controversial guru Swami Nithyananda might enter into the sixth season of the reality show ‘Bigg Boss’. The controversial spiritual leader was the founder of Dhyanapeetam, a worldwide movement for meditation, in Bangalore. He has a wide range of followers all over the world and runs a number of ashrams in India and abroad.
In spite of few controversies that rose related to him, Nithyananda’s followers have grown rapidly, in south India and in US. A media report says he has about 2 million followers worldwide, but his website projects say he has about 10 million followers.
Dale Bhagwagar, a spokesperson of guru Nithyananda said that the so-called godman is all ready to take part in the reality show ‘Bigg Boss 6′. He said that the godman had been approached before and also added that he could not confirm anything or deny about his participation in the show at this stage.
Apparently, matters like this happen before the start of each season. When the fans of Bigg Boss are very eager about the contestants, no news about the participants will leak out.
The participants will have few agreements for the show. By agreement, they are bound by very strong secrecy as part of their admission to the show. May be that could be the reason, most of the celebrities never declare their participation before the start of the show.
During the fifth season of Bigg Boss, Swami Agnivesh entered the house to create and promote awareness on the social issues and corruption for a brief time.
Another celebrity name revolving around the participants of ‘Bigg Boss’ is Aashka Goradia, TV actress. She has acted as Kalavati tai in the TV serial ‘Laagi Tujhse Lagan’. When she was approached and asked about her participation, she told she would love to enter ‘Bigg Boss’ house, but she had not been approached yet.