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Bigg Boss OTT: Malaika Arora set the stage on fire with her sizzling dance moves

Bigg Boss OTT is making headlines for every single reason. From its host to the contestants the show has become the talk of the town. Now giving all the right reasons to subscribe to the app is none other than Malaika Arora’s hot and sizzling performance.
Bigg Boss OTT is set to premiere on Voot Select on August 8. Now the makers have dropped a new promo on its official social media handle where Malaika Arora can be seen performing. The actress is seen setting the stage on fire on the song Param Sundari.

Malaika Arora is looking amazing in silver saree with a beautiful neck piece.

“Hamari param sundari aagayi hai Bigg Boss OTT ke stage par aag lagane? Over The Top ka level badhayega Bigg Boss OTT and hotness ka quotient badhayegi hamari Mala? We are excited for this sizzling performance, what about you? Bigg Boss OTT starts streaming today at 8 pm only on Voot,” the caption of the post read.

The digital Bigg Boss will be hosted by Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar for six weeks before its television premiere.

Karan Johar can be seen in awe at the house in the channel’s promo, which was released Saturday night. Karan channelled Yashvardhan Raichand from his directorial attempt Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, dressed in a trendy leopard print jacket and black trousers, and wrote on his Twitter post, “Ab wait hone wala hai over, mera pehla kadam iss OTT duniya mein is now another step closer! You and I will have lots of fun! Keh diya na bas keh diya.”

“Aaya hoon main Karan, you and I will have lots of fun… Iss ghar ka niyam, kabhi khushi kabhie gham,” the song in the promo says.

Some of the confirmed individuals who will be seen within the home are Neha Bhasin, Zeeshan Khan, and Akshara Singh. Raqesh Bapat is said to be joining them as well.

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