Bigg Boss is a reality TV programme broadcast in India. It follows the Big Brother format, which was first developed by Endemol in the Netherlands.
Bigg Boss in 2006 was the first season of the Indian reality TV programme Bigg Boss. It aired on Sony Entertainment Television from 3 November 2006 to 26 January 2007, a total of 86 days. Unlike other versions of Big Brother, the Indian version uses celebrities as housemates, not members of the general public.
Bigg Boss 5 was the fifth season of the Indian reality TV show Bigg Boss, which aired on Colors from 2 October 2011 to 7 January 2012 with Sanjay Dutt as the host. Salman Khan hosted the opening, the Diwali special episode and a few eviction episodes along with Sanjay Dutt after which Sanjay took over as the permanent host of the season. The series was won by soap actress and television presenter Juhi Parmar on 7 January 2012.
Bigg Boss 3 in 2009 was the third season of the Indian reality TV programme Bigg Boss. It began airing on 4 October 2009 on Colors with Amitabh Bachchan as the host and aired for 84 days concluding on 26 December 2009. Vindu Dara Singh won the show while Pravesh Rana was declared the first runner-up and Poonam Dhillon was declared the second runner-up. Vindu was awarded with a prize money of INR 10 million. He was also announced the most stylish and bold contestant and won a Chevrolet Cruze. This season, the house was located the city of Karjat in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Bigg Boss 2 in 2008 was the second season of the Indian reality TV programme Bigg Boss. It began airing on 17 August 2008 on Colors. Shilpa Shetty replaced Arshad Warsi as host of the show. Fourteen handpicked housemates entered during the launch and were described 'newsmakers' rather than celebrities, though the majority of the contestants were associated with Bollywood or Indian TV channels and other realities shows. The housemates, considered strangers for each other, spent 98 days or nearly 14 weeks locked out together under one roof under the 24x7 supervision of 32 cameras fitted around the Bigg Boss house at Lonavala, a hill station about 100 KM east of Mumbai.
Bigg Boss 4 in 2010 was the fourth season of Indian reality TV show Bigg Boss, which aired on Colors from 3 October 2010. This season was longer than its predecessor, Bigg Boss 3 and lasted for 14 weeks (96 days) ending on 8 January 2011. The show was hosted by Salman Khan.
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