BIGG BOSS is a reality show based on the idea of Dutch Big Brother established by John de Mol. A number of contestants live in a built in house for weeks which is accessible from the outer world. The contestants are mainly celebrities with the exclusion of individuals who are non-celebrity nominated via trials. Contestants are observed by a secretive individual known as ‘BIGG BOSS’, whose only occurrence in the house is through his voice. Every week, contestants nominate two of their fellow contestants for ejection, and the contestants who obtain the most nominees would aspect a public vote. Out of these, one would be “ejected” from the House. In the final week, only three contestants’ remains and the public through their votes decide a winner.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 is the fourth period of the Indian unscripted television show BIGG BOSS, which was shown on Colors from 3rd of October 2010. This season was extensive than its ancestor, BIGG BOSS SEASON 3 and went on for 14 weeks (96 days) concluding on the 8th of January 2011. Salman Khan merged the show just because as the host for the very first time and has therefore assisted all the accompanying seasons.
On the 3rd of October, 14 selected confidants come in the house situated in Lonavala, approximately located 100 km east of Mumbai, a highland location, in Maharashtra, an Indian state, during the inauguration of BIGG BOSS 4.
In the second and third week, two more wild card entrances were come, making sixteen numbers of participants in the show. The contestants, came across an unacquainted individual to each other, spending 96 days (14 weeks) locked up in the BIGG BOSS’ house under the observation of 32 cameras fixed around the house. Four contestants became finalists in the final week through public votes.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 was concluded on the 8th of January, 2011 with a great grand finale. Shweta Tiwari appeared as the champion, awarded with a prize of RS 10 million, although The Great Khali was declared as the next best person.
Evaluations, responses, and ratings of BIGG BOSS SEASON 4
The first episode of BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 got a rating of 3.6 on Colors TV, conferring to statistics accessible with a map, a television viewership observing organization.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 3 had normal rating of 2.43 while BIGG BOSS SEASON 1 and BIGG BOSS SEASON 2 had normal ratings of 1.96 and 2.03.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 1 was hosted by Arshad Warsi; Shilpa Shetty hosted BIGG BOSS SEASON 2 and Amitabh Bachan hosted BIGG BOSS SEASON 3.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 was the top graded season of BIGG BOSS due to participants like Shweta Tiwari, Sara Khan, Ashmit Patel, Veena Malik and Dolly Bindra totaling a lot of performances and drama to the show. BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 established a TRP of 4.4 during the Sara-Ali wedding episode.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 established a TRP of 4.8 when Dolly-Shweta-Sameer fight took place and Pamela Anderson came to the house of BIGG BOSS.
BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 Grand Finale episode established a TRP of 6.7, on 8 January 2011, which was the top amongst the finale of other Indian reality shows such as KBC (KAUN BANEGA CROREPATI), MASTER CHEF INDIA, RAHUL DULHANIYE LE JEYAGA and DID –LI’L MASTERS.
Controversies for BIGG BOSS SEASON 4.
After on airing the BIGG BOSS SEASON 4 in the first week, an activist of a political party, Shiv Sena, objecting against the occurrence of Pakistani contestants in the show. Rahul Bhatt appealed that BIGG BOSS is scripted, after being ejected from the show. After that, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry obliged a notice on Colors TV, in November 2010, due to protests of offensive disclosure exposed on nationwide television. They queried the channel for an alteration of timings of the show from 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm. The colors channel far along acquired a stay order from High Court of Bombay permitting them to endure the broadcast of the BIG BOSS SEASON 4 during noon.
Winner of Bigg Boss 4 Shweta Tiwari
The winner of Bigg Boss 4 was Shweta Tiwari. Shweta was famous for his most popular drama Kasuti Zindgi ki.
Bigg Boss (Hindi season 4)
No. of days
No. of housemates
Dalip Singh Rana (Khali)
3 October 2010 (2010-10-03) –
8 January 2011 (2011-01-08)