Indian-Canadian adult film actor Sunny Leone is all set to enter the "Bigg Boss" house, in the Indian version of the popular international reality show "Big Brother."
Born Karen Malhotra to Punjabi parents in Canada, Sunny has starred in many reality shows in the United States and was named among the world's top 12 porn stars by fashion magazine Maxim in 2010.
Sunny arrived in Mumbai on Thursday (18 NOV 2011) and is expected to join the house over the weekend.
Faced with low ratings in spite of celebrity hosts, Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt, the producers of the show hope her entry will add some drama.
Television audiences across India were wary of the move.
While some youngsters welcomed her entry, others were concerned whether they will be able to watch the show with their families.
The news of Sunny's entry into "Bigg Boss" has evoked a major reaction on the social networking sites- ranging from alarm to pleasure.
Last season's show had former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson staying in the house for three days during, which she was seen sweeping the floor wearing a sarong and practicing Bollywood dance moves.
There are three male and seven female contestants in the "Bigg Boss" house currently.
The show features house mates who live together for weeks isolated from the outside world while vying to avoid eviction and win a cash prize.
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