Dairy farm owner from Noida in Bigg Boss House

The upcoming season of ‘Bigg Boss’ will not just be a clash of celebrities. This year, along with celebs, even common people will fight for survival inside the House.

According to reports, 13 commoners have been selected through auditions, out of which, only a few will finally enter the ‘Bigg Boss’ House. While the final list of participants will be disclosed on the first episode, we have learnt that this year, Noida’s Manveer Gurjar has been selected as one of the aam janta inmates of the house.

Apart from him, Delhi University graduates Lokesh Kumari Sharma, who has studied in Satyawati College, and Nitibha Kaul, who graduated from Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, will also be on the show.

Manveer, whose real name is Manoj Baisoya, lives in Agahpur village in Sector 41, where he owns a dairy farm. Manveer has already left to shoot for the show.

“We are excited that he is going to be in ‘Bigg Boss’ to add some desi tadka. Manni bhai is simple and straightforward and I’m sure people will like him. It’s great that a boy from Noida will be in the ‘Bigg Boss‘ House this year,” a family member of Manveer told us

Friends and family describe the 29-year-old as a fitness freak who loves desi sports like wrestling and kabaddi. Those close to him say that he is short-tempered and “doesn’t tolerate drama”. In a show that has drama and theatrics as its USP, it will be interesting to see how he fares. His friends have already thought of starting a social media campaign to ask people to vote for him once the show begins.