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The naye padosi's will however be living in a completely contrasting set up that of an earthen, rustic and raw mud house which is different from the existing sprawling mansion you see on television.
This second house is not even one fourth the size of the current 10,000 square feet house and the new contestants will have to survive in here! Call it an eco-friendly nest or a village house, it's sure to test patience of the contestants that go beyond food and stay! Unlike the other house, the flooring and walls are made out of mud, includes only one single bedroom with 6 beds that will not have mattresses.
You will see couches replaced by chatayis for comfort on the floor and antique copper trunk for storages. While the modern Bigg Boss house has amenities like air conditioning, the contestants in the rustic house will have to live on without it! The kitchen includes a small gas stove that makes it mandatory for the contestants to sit down and cook with aluminium and copper utensils used back in the day.
This kitchen will not have a microwave oven, food processor or even a sink to wash the dishes. For water storage, there is a matka and kulhads available for drinking tea etc. And for cleaning utensils, clothes etc. there is a six feet deep well that has been created making it tough for the housemates.
For lighting purposes, the entire house will be lit up with lanterns and to communicate with Salman there is a puraane zamaane ka television set! While this new house is isolated from the original Bigg Boss House, the new inmates will be under the scanner of Bigg Boss through 15 cameras trailing their every move and a small confession room. Unaware of the new padosis, the present modern house inmates are fighting it out to win the battle but you never know how destines are swapped.
While every season the contestants are deprived of the worldly comforts... they have no idea of what their padosis are going through to fit the bill and steal the title away! This rustic house has been designed by Leena Chanda, wife of late Sameer Chanda - Art director of movies like Ram Lakhan and Raavan.