Hold your breath! Kim Kardashian to get Rs 5 cr to enter Bigg Boss 8 house

FP Staff

Nov 19, 2014 11:37:20 IST

If you had thought that Pamela Anderson in a sarong was the most memorable visual that Bigg Boss has ever presented to this world, think again. In a couple of weeks, you might just spot Kim Kardashian in a saree in the Bigg Boss house!

Kardashian is supposed to enter the Bigg Boss 8 house on 22 November. Confirming the news in a press statement, Andre Timmins, Director, Wizcraft International Entertainment, said, "It gives us great pleasure to welcome and facilitate Kim Kardashian’s maiden visit to India. We are confident that our country and its people will play excellent hosts to this international superstar."

And guess how much she will get paid? Well, according to Indian Express, she will reportedly be paid a whopping Rs 5 crore for her short stint in the house.

Hold your breath! Kim Kardashian to get Rs 5 cr to enter Bigg Boss 8 house

Kim Kardashian. Reuters.

A source in Colors told The Times of India that the celebrity wants to be seen in Indian wear.

"Kim has expressed a desire to be seen in the Indian attire," says the report.

The Indian Express reports that the channel hasn't confirmed whether Kardashian will be a wild card entry or just a guest in the house.

The company also conveyed Kardashian's message to Indian viewers. She apparently said, "Namaste India...main Kim Kardashian aa rahi hoon India...Bigg Boss ke ghar mein."

However, if Kardashian's tour schedule is anything to go by, one can expect her to be a guest at the house only for a short while.

The reality star, who was recently in the news for posing in the nude for Paper Mag, is on a tour to Australia, Dubai and India to promote her line of perfumes.

Will Kardashian send up the temperature in the Bigg Boss house by a few notches? Wait and watch.

Updated Date: Nov 19, 2014 11:37:40 IST

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