Bigg Boss Tamil Season 6 TV Premiere Date, OTT, Contestants List, Host

After successfully finishing its fifth season, Bigg Boss Tamil, the Tamil-language adaptation of the reality television series Bigg Boss, is returning for a sixth season. Endemol Shine India, which has now merged with Banijay, is in charge of producing it.

The show’s first season debuted on June 25, 2017, the second season followed in June 2018, and the fourth season, which crowned Raju Jeyamohan the winner, debuted in January 2022.

Bigg Boss Tamil 6 Tv Premiere And OTT

Although the show’s creators haven’t provided an official release date, it is anticipated that Star Vijay will screen it in early to mid-October 2022. The show is available on Disney Hotstar for subscribers to watch at the same time as those who enjoy OTT entertainment. The Disney+Hotstar app itself will feature a unique tab for the voting process to save their roommates each week.

Bigg Boss Tamil 6 Host

The biggest name in Kollywood, Kamal Haasan, has officially signed on to host the programme for the sixth time. He is now enjoying the success of his Tamil action thriller movie Vikram, which ended up being the highest-grossing Tamil movie of 2022. Since the inception of the programme, he has served as host.

Bigg Boss Tamil 6 Contestants

Here is the List of Bigg Boss Tamil Season 6 Contestants:

1- LAKSHMI RAMAKRISHNAN

2- RACHITHA MAHALAKSHMI

3- VJ RAKSHAN

4- VJ ARCHANA

5- SHILPA MANJUNATH

6- RAJALAKSHMI SENTHIL

7- DHARSHA GUPTA

8- SREENIDHI SUDARSHAN

9- MANICHANDRA MANI

10- ROSHINI HARIPRIYAN

11- DD NEELAKANDAN

12- MANISHA YADAV

13- MS BHASKAR

14- ASHWIN KUMAR LAKSHMIKANTHAN

15- MUKESH RAVI

16- GP MUTHU

17- ROBERT MASTER

18- MYNA NANDHINI

19- MANSOOR ALI KHAN

20- MANIKANDAN RAJESH

Watch Bigg Boss Tamil 6 Teaser

On September 5, 2022, the show’s producers formally revealed the teaser, which once again includes Kamal Haasan as the host. The superstar is seen in the second teaser of the show visiting a haunted house and saying, “Veedunu onnu irundha, pottinu onnu irukum,” which translates to “When there is a house, there will be a competition.”