Bigg Boss 17 Welcomes K-pop Sensation Aoora As Wildcard Contestant!

The 17th edition of Bigg Boss has already featured two wildcard entries by Samarth Jurel and Manasvi Mamgai, and now the makers of the popular reality show are preparing to introduce another wildcard. Discover the latest addition to Bigg Boss 17 by scrolling down.

With each new episode, excitement escalates in Bigg Boss 17. The season began with 15 contestants, including Ankita Lokhande, Munawar Faruqui, Mannara Chopra, and others. Having already seen two wildcard entries from Samarth Jurel and Manasvi Mamgai, the popular reality show is now gearing up to introduce another intriguing wildcard contestant. The newest addition is an international star and renowned K-pop singer, Aoora. Although the show’s makers have unveiled a promo featuring the K-pop singer, his name is yet to be revealed on social media.

The official Instagram handle of ColorsTV captioned, ”When the biggest K-Pop sensation makes a wildcard entry, the dynamics inside the house are set to change.”

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Who is Aoora?

“Park Min-jun, known by his stage name Aoora, was a member of the South Korean boy band Double-A and its subunit Aoora&Hoik. He debuted on September 4, 2009, with the song ‘Love Back.’

Passionately expressing his love for Indian culture, Aoora performed Korean renditions of popular Bollywood songs, amassing millions of views on his social media platforms. In India, his growing fan base refers to themselves as Aurians.

Aoora paid tribute to Bappi Lahiri with a foot-tapping version of the cult hit ‘Jimmy Jimmy’ and performed his take on R.D. Burman’s mellifluous classic, ‘Yeh Shaam Mastani.’

Earlier this year, he participated in a flash mob performance at Marine Drive on August 23.

Meanwhile, this week sees eight housemates nominated for elimination: Khanzaadi, Vikas Jain, Abhishek Kumar, Neil Bhatt, Munawar Faruqui, Sana Raees Khan, Anurag Dobhal, and Arun Srikanth Mashettey.”