As the Bigg Boss enters season 11, the makers of the show have revealed more details about the popular reality TV programme.
This year’s housmates will be divided in two groups, Gharvale and Padosi while the design of the house has taken inspiration from pop arts.
The house near Lonavala, close to Mumbai, will be spread over 19,400 square feet with 90 cameras keeping 24-hour vigil on the movements of the housemates, that will consist of celebrities and commoners.
This year’s house has been designed by director Omung Kumar along with his wife Vanita, who said that the highlight of the house in season 11 are vibrant paintings and mirror work.
“We wanted the house to be colourful and modern that is why I kept in my mind the pop art culture. The theme this season is pop art so every element in the house pops out,” Omung was quoted by PTI.
“We have also played with different colours, buttons, flowers and then kept black and white just to keep the balance. The walls are done up in different ways and also painted with vibrant colours,” he added.
The main entrance of the house opens up to a garden and activity area. All tasks will be performed in this space.
There will be underground jail and a dirty washroom with three uncomfortable beds, gym area, smoking room, wooden benches and colourful mini chairs and tables adorned with cushions.
Omung said that he had changed the look of the jail this time in order to look more like what was shown in Ashwarya Rai-starrer film Sarabjit.
As one enters the house, there is a living area adorned with multi-coloured button wall and the other side has a monochrome look with framed black-and-white drawings and colourful wall embellished with flowers and leaves.
Last week the show makers had announced the names of its contestants that included the son-in-law of Haseena Parkar, Dawood Ibrahim’s sister.