After all the confetti strewed, drums roared and red-carpet rolled out for the winner of Indian reality show Bigg Boss 6 Urvashi Dholakia, the audiences are left fuming and ranting about the unfair decision.
Though Imam Siddiqui did not win, looks like the irritating and spooky inmate won the hearts of millions of television audiences for whom he is a winner. As a wild card entry, who was unceremoniously evicted from the house, Imam, the perfect entertainer, is the real winner.
Imam Siddiqui might have been nominated as the most irritating inmate on the show, but there is no denying the fact that the image consultant is indeed the most talented contestant on the show. Where the rest of the inmates are passive when it comes to performing the tasks, Imam takes each of the task seriously and puts in his hundred per cent.
From make-up to costumes to acting skills, Imam gets into the skin of the character during each task performed. His make-up did spook out many in the house without him uttering a single word during confrontation.
WHO IS IMAM SIDDIQUI:
A photographer, dancer, poet and performer by passion Imam entered the show with a sole purpose of entertaining the audience.
Imam was wild card contestant who entered the Bigg Boss new mud house. But a melodramatic stripping act and over-the-top behaviour got him thrown out of the mud house after he tested the patience of his fellow housemates way too much.
As the ratings of the show dipped further Bigg Boss had to act fast to rescue it from the sleepy inmates. So the 47-year-old, casting director and image consultant by profession, re-entered the house extending peace to fellow inmates.
But who ever watches Bigg Boss certainly do not watch it for peace, spirituality and love.
Imam sure did not replicate the same old antics but did some absurd things which definitely helped him win many hearts.
He was the first person to shift from the mud house to main house where he often got into quarrels with his fellow contestant. In his opinion they were nobody and did not even have the right to be on the show.
He intervened when he was least expected; he would interrupt conversations and would snoop into personal belongings which was against the rules of the Bigg Boss house.
His arrogance didn't win him any friends in the house. And it won’t be exaggerating to say the housemate did feel threatened by the entertainer.
During the grand finale the contestants very openly showed their dislike saying they would like to see anyone win except for Imam.
But his talent and skills sure did help him get the audience support and also the award of the Best Entertainer along with Dh67,020 as prize money.
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