Stallone on ‘Bigg Boss 4’?

MUMBAI: ‘Bigg Boss 4’ is trying hard to attract the eye balls of the Hollywood audience to its reality show. Earlier, it was the Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson who entered the ‘Bigg Boss 4’ house for three days as a guest and now it can be the Rambo, Sylvester Stallone.Well, according to sources, ‘Bigg Boss’ is planning to get Stallone on the show. The Hollywood star who has already made a special appearance in the Akshay Kumar starrer movie ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ might be seen on Colors reality show. Since, Stallone is very popular in the subcontinent, the TRP ratings of the show will surely soar high on his entry.But will Stallone agree to the offer is the question that still stands strong. If he agrees to the offer one can wonder what amount will he quote to enter the house after Pamela Anderson charged an enormous 2.5 crores for her short three day stay. However, there is also a buzz that Dolly Bindra is likely to re-enter ‘Bigg Boss 4’ house. Looks like there’s Bigg TRP waiting for ‘Bigg Boss’.

Pamela did not spend a single night in the house: Pin-up beauty Pamela Anderson’s three day stint on ‘Bigg Boss’ might have grabbed a lot of eyeballs, but now there are certain revelations that are bound to shock us all. Believe it or not, but industry is abuzz with reports that Pamela never stayed at the ‘Bigg Boss’ house and her entire stay shown on the reality show was nothing but a fake, fancy façade.According to sources, Pamela did not spend a single night inside the house. She was shown coming through secret cameras and also spending some time with the ‘Bigg Boss’ house inmates but she did not stay there for an entire day. Reports suggest that Pamela would come in the house and shoot certain sequences for the show.The moment the shots were done she was hurried to her plush five-star hotel in Khandala. Confirming the news, a source said, “She used the room to exit and was whisked away from there, to a five-star hotel in Khandala. Pam had already stated she wouldn’t stay with the house inmates under any condition.” Well, for a reality show, ‘Bigg Boss’ is quite fake – Pakistantoday