If you're not a Bigg Boss fan, A) you have no idea what you're missing out on, and B) you have no idea what you're missing out on. The show is by far the most successful reality television show in India. It's no surprise that it's on its 14th season. How quickly time goes. It seems like just yesterday that I was cheering for Rakhi Sawant to win Bigg Boss' first season. Bigg Boss has given many unforgettable moments to Indian television over the course of its 15-year tenure. There were still a number of unremarkable ones. We have high hopes for Bigg Boss 14, which is expected to outperform all previous seasons. Read about Bigg Boss 15.
Some seasons were full of unforgettable memories, while others were wiped from my consciousness by the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. You can see where we're headed, can't you? So, without further ado, here is our ranking of all Bigg Boss seasons, from the worst to the highest.
Season 9 of Bigg Boss
It's revolting! This was the dullest season of Bigg Boss in my opinion. Rimi Sen stood there and whined about being on the stage, and it was the most amusing thing the season had to offer. I can thank the season for Nora Fatehi, if nothing else.
Bigg Boss 3 is the third installment of the Bigg Boss franchise.
This season of Bigg Boss is being used to torment inmates in Tihar prison. Okay, that's what I made up. But it is one of the purposes for which the season is well suited. It used to be anchored by Amitabh Bachchan, who was perhaps the show's only saving grace at the time. To prove my case, all I have to mention is that KRK was a contestant on the show, and Vindu Dara Singh was the winner.
Bigg Boss 12 is the 12th season of Bigg Boss.
What season was it on this planet? To be honest, we can't recall a single positive moment from this drab and uninteresting installment of the Bigg Boss series. The only thing going on inside the house was Sreesanth's persistent bickering like a toddler, which was frustrating to watch. Dipika Kakar was the show's only ray of hope. Don't even get us started on Anup Jalota and Jasleen Matharu's completely fabricated relationship. After this season, the producers wisely decided to stop using commoners.
Bigg Boss 5 is the fifth season of Bigg Boss.
On the first day, the show proved to be a flop. Shakti Kapoor is trapped in a house with all female contestants. Who in their right mind will come up with such a strange theme? None of the candidates on the roster that year is well-known. Like Raageshwari, she was well-known, but I doubt anyone outside of the 1990s knew who she was. The majority of the contestants were in the same boat. To keep it interesting and save face, the producers had to rope in a few male contestants and Sunny Leone later in the season. To add insult to injury, Salman was only present in part as the host.
Bigg Boss 2 is the sequel to Bigg Boss 1.
Shilpa Shetty, who had just won Celebrity Big Brother and had become an international phenomenon, hosted the season. To their credit, the producers did all they could to ensure that the show was a success. Rahul Mahajan, Monica Bedi, Sambhavna Seth, Payal Rohtagi, and Raja Chaudhary were among the contestants. But, alas, this season's cringe factor was just too high. The second season of Bigg Boss was anything but classy.
Bigg Boss 6 is the sixth season of Bigg Boss.
Until Imam Siddiqui joined the show as a wild card contestant, the season was a bore. He blew into the building like a tornado, and the reality show was never the same after that. Following him, Urvashi Dholakia and Rajeev Paul were in charge of keeping the show going. However, there were just too many names this season that added little meaning to the cast.
Bigg Boss 8 is the eighth season of Bigg Boss.
The fact that Bigg Boss 8 arrived right after an unimaginably good season went against it. It was difficult to equal Bigg Boss 7's awesomeness, but Gautam Gulati and Karishma Tanna gave it their all. It was a lot of fun to watch these two eye candies clash like mortal enemies during the season.