Lock Up: Wrestling gold medalist champion Babita Phogat confirms fourth contestant on Kangana Ranaut’s show

Author: Yuvi February 25, 2022

Lock Upp: Wrestling gold medallist champ Babita Phogat CONFIRMED fourth contestant in Kangana Ranaut's show


New Delhi: Talented actress Kangana Ranaut’s upcoming captive reality show ‘Lock Up: Badmaash Jail Attyari Khel’ has sent one into shock with its challenging format. Ekta R Kapoor is all set to bring this fearless reality show to the Indian audience to stream for free on Alt Balaji and MX Player starting February 27, 2022.

After announcing the names of the first three contestants including TV actress and model Nisha Rawal, internet sensation Poonam Pandey, stand-up comedian Munawwar Farooqui, it is now confirmed that wrestling champion Babita Phogat is the newest inmate on the much-awaited show.

Babita Phogat has put India on the map by winning India’s first gold medal in women’s wrestling at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. He won a silver medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, a silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and a bronze medal at the 2012 World Wrestling Championships and later stepped into politics in 2019. Her real life story inspired the Bollywood blockbuster Dangal as she became an icon for millions. ,

Babita Phogat shared, “I am very excited to be on a show like ‘Lock Up’ as I have never done a show that is live for 24 hours. So I am very happy and happy to be a part of this show as well. I am also excited. This show will let people know what I am. Earlier audiences know me from the movie ‘Dangal’. So, now people will get to know about my real personality, my likes and dislikes and I am a person. As in my real life.”

As the newest prisoner of lock up, Babita hopes to break stereotypes, hold on to pressure, and outsmart others in the race for the finals.

Excited to be a part of ‘Lock Up’ she shares, “quote will be added”.

‘Lock Up’ will be hosted by the Queen of Bollywood, Kangana Ranaut. The show features 16 controversial figures who have been jailed for months without the facilities that people are usually taken for.

There will be 16 popular celebrity contestants languishing in Kangana Ranaut’s jail, where they will compete for the most basic amenities while fighting for the winner’s title.

The remaining super-controversial celebrity contestants will soon be revealed to the audience, who can also interact with them for the first time and become a unique part of the show and even experience the show in a locked up metaverse. can.

Lock Up: Badmaash Jail Tyrant Khel will be live stream on ALTBalaji and MX Player from February 27, 2022.

25 February, 2022, 12:39 pm

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