Although there is still two weeks for Bigg Boss 8 to premiere, the show has already created stir with new controversies. From the show's aircraft theme, to the rumoured contestant list, the buzz around the show is unprecedented.
According to a report in Missmalini.com, host Salman Khan's ex-lover, Sangeeta Bijlani, who was reportedly approached for the show, is asked to stay away, by the Kick star.
The report stated: "Ex-boyfriend and show's host Salman Khan told her that she should not agree to be a part of the show as it would be a wrong move for her.
"Sangeeta too wasn't exactly convinced that having her life documented on television was something she wanted. So, as it stands, she has rejected the offer and won't be a part of the show!"
The website also stated that Salman as a host, has recommended two other people to be a part of the show.
"Every season Salman nominates two names for the show and this year too he has given names!"
The names are not made public yet.
Bigg Boss 8 is leaving no stones unturned to make the show interesting, and in this endeavor, the show will feature gay couples and transgenders this season.
According to reports, Mr Gay India 2014, Sushant Divgikar, is approached by the Bigg Boss to be a part of the show.
"Sushant was approached by the makers and he has accepted the offer. He signed the contract four weeks back," Bollywood life reported.
In the previous seasons, many gay contestants such as Bobby Darling, Rohit Verma, Ali Saleem, Laxmi Tripathi, Imam Siddiqui and VJ Andy have lived in the Big Boss villa, and the ratings have soared too.
Bigg Boss Season 8 will be aired on 21 September on Colors TV.