The nationwide hit reality show Bigg Boss has witnessed a staggering success ever since it began airing more than a decade ago. The show was first launched in India in Hindi and is currently in its fifteenth season with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan playing the host. Since then, Bigg Boss has transitioned its success into regional markets across the country in other languages as well, with the show receiving astounding feedback from fans in Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Bangla versions. In Tamil, Bigg Boss Tamil as it is being called is at present in its fifth season, and has 'Ulaganayagan' Kamal Haasan as the host, with the show once again getting a phenomenal response from fans.  
With Bigg Boss 15 in Hindi and Bigg Boss 5 in Tamil and Telugu currently ongoing, Twitter India surprised fans of the show on Tuesday by unveiling an emoji for the show across all languages. The emoji will appear for the hashtags - #BiggBossTwitter, #BBTwitter, #BiggBoss, #BiggBossTamil, #BiggBossTelugu, #BiggBossMalayalam, #BiggBossMarathi and #BiggBossKannada. The new Bigg Boss emoji, which has been launched for the first time in the history of the show in India, has rolled into effect on the micro-blogging site, with fans on social media expressing their joy at the latest feature. Check it out below:

As for the show, Bigg Boss 15 has seen several big twists and turns under Salman Khan as the host, with Bigg Boss Telugu season 5 being hosted by Akkineni Nagarjuna gearing up for a grand finish in the days ahead. Likewise, Bigg Boss Tamil season 5 airing on Vijay Television and its streaming partner DisneyPlus Hotstar has once again witnessed phenomenal ratings, with actor-politician Kamal Haasan recently making a comeback to the show as the host after his recovery from Covid-19.