‘Ye konsa satrangi aagaya ab’ – Fans react as K-Pop sensation ‘Aoora’ to enter Bigg Boss 17 as wild card contestant



The 17th season of the popular and controversial reality TV show Bigg Boss is doing wonders these days. Whether the fighting between the contestants or the fun, the show has been successful in engaging discussion on social media. However, the fans initially didn’t like this season but the contestants have become active and now the show is getting good TRP.

Meanwhile, the fans recently witnessed a shocking eviction of Sunny Aryaa aka Tehelka Bhai after almost every contestant got emotional. However, it was Tehelka’s close friend Arun Mahashettey who started crying after seeing his friend leaving the house. Tehelka got evicted because of the physical violence he did against Abhishek Kumar.

I am a fan of Indian music: Aoora

However, the show will now get a new contestant is set to enter the show as a wild card contestant. Park Min-Jun aka Aoora, a South Korean singer will be entering the show this week. The promo was recently shared by the makers in which Aoora can be heard singing famous Hindi song, ‘Wo Kisna hai’. He also said in the video, “Janam se videsi, but dil se ekdum desi (Born in a foreign land but heart is Indian).” The singer also collaborated with Honey Singh recently and talked about his experience.

“Music has no boundaries. It was so much fun and honour to sing with my favourite Yo Yo Honey Singh @yoyohoneysingh. How do you like this Kpop Punjabi Mix.”

Aoora has also wished to sing for Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and said, “I would love to sing for an SRK movie someday. That would be like a dream come true. Apart from that, I really like the regional music of the country. Be it Punjabi, which is high on energy, or Tamil, which is melodious, I am a fan of Indian music and hence would like to collaborate with Indian artistes to create something fresh for Indian as well as Korean audience.”

Here’s how fans reacted:

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