Iron Man references to wooing girls: What to expect if Rahul Yadav turns up for Big Boss 9
What to expect if Rahul Yadav turns up for Big Boss season 9.
Nothing gets TV audiences more excited than watching a reality show. The sheer thrill of watching people go about their mundane everyday routines. Rivetting stuff.
And when it comes to Indian reality shows, nothing beats the supremely dramatic and "real" Big Boss.
The ninth season of the show is almost upon us and the list of potential contestants is growing by the day.
The show already flaunts quite an eccentric lineup over its past eight seasons, from Sunny Leone to Kamaal R Khan. And this time the speculated lineup includes the likes of Radhe Maa and Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan (The Messenger of God himself).
One name that keeps popping up is of Rahul Yadav, the former CEO of Housing.com.
Adding fuel to the fire, Yadav, the Marvel super-fan — who was fired from Housing.com recently when his shenanigans became too much to handle — posted a question on his Facebook wall: "Bigg Boss: Yes or No?", and asked his followers to give advice on the pressing issue.
As one would have expected, his 'followers' and friends didn't hold back their opinions on the subject and turned up in the hundreds to shower Yadav with some expert advice.
- "Kuch episodes dekh lo pahele fir decide karo," writes one, the only response to which Yadav has replied to with "Good suggestion."
Yes, a good suggestion indeed. Perhaps, Yadav could have used some of it during his time at Housing.com.
- "You dropped from IIT because u didn't want to waste ur time, why man, don't waste your time utilise it for some thing better for nation."
Like providing free entertainment on Facebook?
- "NO... You r gonna end up being a joke...!"
- "Bhai big boss jayega toh Tera startup kab start karega? What about your status updates? Baap of all startups ?"
Maybe his next startup should be updating his status and asking media to pay to read them.
- "Ja Simran Ja, jee le apni zindagi!"
But he already lives by this advise.
- "Go for it! You'll learn a thing or two about women if you live with some."
Oh, burn. But actually a good advice. Asking for girlfriends on Facebook is perhaps not the slickest way forward.
But if he actually turns up for the show, it might go both ways. Here are some pros and cons, our own advise, to Yadav's Facebook question.
- The channel can tap on a whole new demographic of Iron Man and Avengers lovers as Yadav will constantly take part in conversations solely with screengrabs from the movies.
- This will be the only chance Yadav will have to woo a girl, taking full advantage of them being trapped with him.
- A chance for Yadav to once again live in a fancy house.
- The only person who will constantly abuse the 'Big Boss'.
- The audience can have a chance to witness him converse with God.
- And if he wins, maybe he'll distribute his prize money amoungst the contestants.
- None. In the end, he is just fun loving guy.
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