After all his stints on the Indian reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ Season 6, Imam Siddique is not done with his over the top drama yet. He will soon be seen on comedy show ‘Nautanki- the Comedy Theatre’.
‘Nautanki’is in its second week now when the fashion stylist, television anchor, image consultant and casting director, Imam will make his entry.
With his histrionics the show will definitely soar as far as TRP ratings are concerned.
His over the top, melodramatic, attention seeking, tactics did work in the last show - audiences loved Imam.
He was called on ‘Bigg Boss’ season 6 and was soon thrown out for harassing a housemate. But was called back to get the show some viewership and Imam did more than just entertain – he got himself a lot of recognition and fans. He was also the pain for the rest of the inmates.
Audience were glued on to their TV sets only to watch what Imam was up to.
Be it his ambiguous style sense or his tiff with the inmates, people enjoyed watching him and this helped him win the title of the ‘Most Entertaining Person’and the runners-up trophy on the show.
He even got into a verbal spat with the host which was none other than Bollywood actor Salman Khan. Where he snapped the star while he was talking and made some rude comments about celebrities like Priety Zinta and Shah Rukh Khan.
But now that the actor is back to entertain on a comedy show, his co-contestants are excited to work with him.
Rehman Khan who has done comedy shows like Laughter Challenge-3 and Comedy Champions told Times of India , “I would like to say that Imam has his own style of dealing with people and has a personal style mantra."
The comedian believes that Imam does not need to try too hard as comedy comes to him naturally, “I feel stand-up comedy comes easy to Imam unlike others who feel little awkward in front of the live audience."
Looks like his companions on ‘Nautanki’ are going to enjoy working with him.
Only time will tell if Imam stays in their good book with his uncalled-for jibes.
Imam will make his entry on ‘Nautanki- the Comedy Theatre’ this Saturday on Colors