Bollywood actress Sunny Leone and Actor Rannvijay Singh on May 31 launched the ninth season of reality show Splitsvilla in Mumbai. The show will be based on a new theme ‘Where Women Rule’, which will giving more power to the female contestants.

Rannvijay Singh said, “The theme of this new season is ‘Where Women Rule’ and I and Sunny (Leone) believe that in our country there is a need to talk about these things. To show it through an example, be it through entertainment or anything else, All our 15 celebrity guys had to in a way, through respect and chivalry behave with the girls because of which they saw a change in them.”

The show will be co-hosted by Sunny Leone, who has been hosting it for the past three seasons. Sunny also hosted one season with Nikhil Chinapa.

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About her experiences on the show, Sunny Leone said, “The journey of Splitsvilla was good. Every year we have fun. For one month I go into Splitsvilla and enter the lives of the contestants. Rannvijay and I watch them from day one what they talk, what their thoughts are and so on – till the day, which is a complete transformation.”

The show features young boys and girls competing against the backdrop of love, where they actually fall in love or sometimes have to establish romantic bonds to survive in the game. Does the romance in the show get Sunny emotional? “I get very emotional, I am a very emotional girl,” Sunny said.

Sunny Leone turned up dressed as an angel in a long, black gown with golden wings and Rannvijay Singh flaunted his new look a moustache and thick beard. The duo posed with MTV girls Saloni Chopra, Barkha Singh, Ayesha Adlakha and Gaelyn Mendonca. Rannvijay thinks the new format of the game will make it more exciting. “There is no king this time. The guys have to work harder,” he said. MTV Splitsvilla season 9 will go on air from season 9.

 Sunny Leone and Rannvijay Singh are returning to the judge’s chair for the ninth season of reality show Splitsvilla.

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