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Bigg Boss 9: Imam Siddiqui finds Prince obnoxious and fake

Press Trust Of India

First published: January 12, 2016, 7:54 AM IST | Updated: January 12, 2016
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Bigg Boss 9: Imam Siddiqui finds Prince obnoxious and fake

Mumbai: He might be touted as the strongest contender for the "Bigg Boss Nau" title but season 6 finalist Imam Siddiqui, who is returning to the show as a guest, calls Prince the most fake person in the house.

49-year-old Imam is remembered even today for his eccentricity and quirky entertaining quotient on the show. He will enter the house this week with a bag full of challenges for the housemates.

"Prince is obnoxious. He is the most fake person inside the house. He is spineless. Throughout the show he kept saying 'bhai-behen' and in the end, ditched his sister Kishwer Merchant. It was all for game. He needs to know this is not 'Splitsvilla' and 'Roadies'. This is a different platform so, he needs to behave according to that," Imam told PTI.

The fashion stylist, one of the most popular contestants of "Bigg Boss" across all seasons, will stay inside the house for a week and will be seen giving the housemates series of tasks that will put their determination and perseverance to test.

The tasks results would determine if the present contestants- Rochelle Rao, Keith Sequeira, Mandana Karimi, Priya Malik and Rishabh Sinha are deserving enough to be in the race to the finale.

By the end of the tasks, Imam will be given the power to determine one more contestant who will join Prince in the finale week while others will have to go through the tiresome
process of nomination.

"I will be pushing their buttons. I have read each contestant well. I know what will annoy them. I will be ultimate provocation on the show. I will be doing tasks, which will highlight Indian cultural diversity. The contestants have to pass this endurance test," he said.

Imam revealed he has written songs and created nick names for all the contestants, which he is sure will rile them up. The famous television personality, who was a wild card entry in his season, is mighty impressed with this seasons' wild card entrants Rishabh and Priya.

"I hope a wild card is the winner because I feel this time these wild card entries have held the show. They really opened the game and improved the show. Before they came, everyone was in his or her comfort zone."

But Imam is quick to add that Priya's game is not that strong right now. Imam said Priya has used all the tricks on "Bigg Boss Nau" from her game on its international version "Bigg Brother Australia" but still hasn't been successful. "I have watched her season of 'Bigg Brother Australia'. From racism to sexism, Priya has used everything here that helped her there. In that show, these tricks worked for her and here she has not been successful. Now, she has nothing."

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