Bigg Boss Telegu 3: Actress Sobhita Dhulipala Denies Contesting in the Reality Show

Bigg Boss Telegu 3: Actress Sobhita Dhulipala Denies Contesting in the Reality Show

Bigg Boss Telugu Season 3 is coming up and Sobhita Dhulipala was rumoured to be one of the contestants but the actress has squashed these reports
Bigg Boss Telegu 3: Actress Sobhita Dhulipala Denies Contesting in the Reality Show
Sobhita Dhulipala

Sobhita Dhulipala - whose life and career graph have changed drastically after the release of hit drama series Made in Heaven on Amazon Prime Video this year - has been in the news in Tollywood. Sobitha made her debut in Telugu film industry in 2018 with Goodachari, an investigative thriller drama, which also starred Adivi Sesh. The latest buzz around this talented actress is that she is going to enter as a contestant in the house of Indian reality TV programme, Bigg Boss 3 Telugu.

With only a few weeks to go before the new season is aired, Bigg Boss 3 is in the news often these days. However, Sobhita has busted rumours about her involvement with the show. She went on social media to respond to the news, saying: “I have zero involvement with this big boss Telugu stuff. Please don’t use my name for your PR.”

Other Bigg Boss 3 contestants include news anchor Fathima Babu, actress Madhumitha, actor Saravanan, musician and actor Mohan Vaidya, choreographer Sandy, actor Sakshi Agarwal, actress Abhirami Venkatachalam, actor Kavin, Sri Lankan news reader Losiya, actor Vanitha Vijayakumar, Sri Lankan model Tharshan, actor Sherin, Malaysian actor and singer Mugen Roa, actor and director Cheran, and air hostess and anchor, Reshma.

Bigg Boss is hosted by actor-politician Kamal Haasan, who will be seen in the third season as well. Season 1 had 19 participants while Season 2 had 16. The third season is expected to have 15 participants, with two special entries later in the show. Bigg Boss 3 has landed in some controversy, even before being aired, as an advocate from Chennai has filed a petition requesting on ban on the show. Notices have been issued to nine respondents, including the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), with the hearing scheduled in two weeks’ time.

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