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Hina Rabbani Khar to participate in Bigg Boss 7 after PPP debacle

14, May 2013 By Kunal Kalkundri

Islamabad, Pakistan. Former Foreign Minister of Pakistan Hina Rabbani Khar, is reported to have agreed to participate in the upcoming season of the alleged reality show Bigg Boss.

She took the decision after her party PPP’s performance in Pakistan’s general elections turned out to be similar to that of BJP in recently concluded Karnataka assembly elections in India.

The young politician from across the border is being paid an undisclosed amount as participation fee, though unconfirmed sources put it up as equal to the cost of lakhs of her favorite Birkin bags.

Hina Rabbani Khar
Her party is out of spotlight, but she could be back in spotlight, experts say.

“Ms. Khar satisfies all the criteria that an ideal Bigg Boss participant should have – good looks, controversies, a decent knowledge of Hindi/English expletives words, and most importantly, a fair-skinned person of non-Indian origin,” a Colors TV official confirmed the news.

Sources tell Faking News that Shiv Sena has approved the participation and is very excited at the prospects of protest and agitation. Apparently the party wants to sign an exclusive vandalism deal with the channel to stop MNS from doing the same.

“We can’t promise an exclusive deal, but we have agreed to make them the leading partner for official protests in association with our news media partners,” the Colors TV official told Faking News.

“According to the deal, Shiv Sena will protest continuously for 5.25 days and will call off the agitation thereafter. In return, Sena will be assured of news coverage equal to twice the amount Ms. Khar is being offered, which makes it a win-win situation for all,” the official disclosed.

The official refused to comment if Bilawal Bhutto could be a wild card entry to the show.

Meanwhile former Foreign Minister of India SM Krishna has expressed his desire to meet Sunny Leone when she’s in the Bigg Boss house. Our sources confirm that he mixed up (again) between two different contestants.