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Bigg Boss 6 : Sidhu leaves house, Vishal Karwal replaces Sidhu

Mumbai, Nov 11 (): Navjot Singh Sidhu is out of Bigg Boss 6. Sidhu was let out of the Bigg Boss House on Friday after his wife, Navjot Kaur, appealed to the Colors TV channel to let him quit the show so that he can campaign for BJP in the upcoming Gujarat elections.

“He went into the reality show after taking permission from the BJP high command. Sidhu’s political ambition is above personal equations. It’s an order from the party,” said Kaur.

After reviewing the request put forth by Navjot Kaur, Colors and Endemol took a joint decision to relieve Navjot Singh Sidhu from the ‘Bigg Boss’ house, to resume his roles and responsibilities with his party. the final decision was left on Sidhu and he decided to quit.

Sidhu before participating in the show had promised to be his real self on the show as he believes it is hard to pretend for long. Despite so many arguments in the house, Sidhu never lost his cool. He tried to be the peacemaker inside the ‘Bigg Boss’ house.

Bigg Boss 6 will see another addition to the house. This weekend, TV actor Vishal Karwal will enter the show as wildcard contestant. Actress Mink Brar entered the show as the first wild card contestant.

Vishal Karwal, a former ‘Roadies’ participant, ‘Splitsvilla’ winner and a TV actor, entered Bigg Boss house on Saturday and and he says he is looking forward to add some excitement to the house. Vishal has also played the lead in daily soaps – ‘Bhagyavidhaata’, ‘Rishton Se Badi Pratha’ and most recently he played Lord Krishna in ‘Dwarkadheesh Bhagwaan Shree Krishna’.

He does not want to be judgmental about any of its celebrity contestants and Vishal is not even anxious about the 70 cameras and says that he is used to it as he has already been part of two reality shows.

Since he will be joining the inmates mid-way through the show, Vishal holds an advantage over them as he knows how each one behaves.

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