The times are changing, indeed. Arvind Kejriwal, once Delhi's chief minister,office-goer's headache, policeman's nightmare and role model for bathroom singers aching to go public, is now reduced to praying for good politics at Rajghat. But even as his party undergoes its Spiderman to Nirupa Roy transformation, one member seems to have other plans. And that is Kumar Vishwas. Now that might be a little shocking given that Kumar Vishwas was considered to be Dr Watson to Kejriwal's Sherlock, Dhanno to the AAP chief's Basanti, the ultimate bhaji to Kejriwal's <em>puri</em>. After Kejriwal's most recent trip to Tihar, Firstpost suggested that he should contemplate a stint on <a href=http://www.firstpost.com/politics/tera-hero-idhar-hai-5-alternative-careers-for-aaps-kejriwal-1537257.html target=_blank>Bigg Boss</a>, but it is his acolyte who seems to have taken our suggestion. According to a report in<em> The Economic Times</em>, Vishwas is considering a Rs 5 crore offer from Endemol, the makers of Big Boss. Apart from confirming the news, Vishwas also told ET, Yes, I will be going to Stanford University to lecture on the topic 'Changing mood of Asian political upbringings' and to the Google headquarters to talk about leadership on July 29.