Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian poses nude for the cover of Paper magazine papermagazine/twitter

Kim Kardashian's bare butt on Paper magazine may not have been enough to break the internet, but the reality star is all set to heat up the small screen in India this week.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star will appear on the Indian reality show Bigg Boss 8 which is hosted by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.

The news has been confirmed by entertainment channel Colors that airs the controversial reality show.

"It gives us great pleasure to welcome and facilitate Kim Kardashian's maiden visit to India. We are confident that our country and its people will play excellent hosts to this international superstar," Andre Timmins of Wizcraft International Entertainment said in a press statement.

Meanwhile, a source close to the Indian TV channel told the Times of India that "Kim has expressed a desire to be seen in the Indian attire" when she will enter the house on 22 November.

Wizcraft has also conveyed the reality star's message for the viewers of the Indian version of Big Brother in which she says, "Namaste India...main Kim Kardashian aa rahi hoon India...Bigg Boss ke ghar mein."

This will be the first India visit for the reality star who will be visiting three countries in a week to promote her new perfume, called Fleur Fatale. Currently, she is in Australia to promote her perfume.

Meanwhile, the mother of North West took to Twitter to express how much she is missing her little girl during the trip. She also explained why she chose to leave Nori behind during her hectic tour.

The reality show Bigg Boss is one of the most popular, as well as controversial shows in India and traditionally invites international stars to the house in order to garner maximum viewership.

Earlier, Pamela Anderson had entered the house and created quite a buzz among the audience.

It will be interesting to see how Kanye West's wife brings the oomph factor to the house and for how many days her appearance will remain a topic of discussion among the Indian audience.