Muskan Jattana, who goes by Moose Jattana, is a social media content creator who shot to fame after appearing in ‘Bigg Boss OTT’, a reality show. Jattana is now set to feature as a contestant in ‘Roadies 18’, a task-based reality show. 

Early life 

Jattana was born on October 15, 2000, to Punjabi parents in the Australian city of Melbourne. When she turned 8, she moved back to Punjab, India, for a brief while and then relocated to Australia at the age of 14. 

Jattana finished her high school education in 2018 at Princes Hill Secondary College. 


After completing her education, Jattana worked as a customer service representative for Secro. In September 2020, she became the youth ambassador for Australian South Asian Centre. 

Being an admirer of Punjabi music and artist Siddhu Moosewala, Muskan changed her name to Moosewali. The 21-year-old is popular on social media platforms including YouTube and Instagram. Jattana has over 292,000 followers on Instagram. She often shares short videos and pictures with her family and friends on the platform. 

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Jattana became the talk of the town after she revealed her gender identity and came out as a bisexual woman. “I am more attracted to boys. On the spectrum, the connection with a girl is more important to me. When it comes to marriage, I would like to marry a girl if I develop a strong relationship with the person,” she told fellow contestant Pratik Sehajpal on ‘Bigg Boss OTT’.

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Bigg Boss

In an interview with, Jattana shared her experience of being on the show.

“Bigg Boss is a great platform for all the participants and my journey is not reality television or my followers. This is just an opportunity and at the end of the day, it won’t make or break me. I am only taking it as a fun experience. I think the one aim that I am going with is to show youth should be the youth. In India, there’s so much of cultural, religious, familial and moral pressure. When you are young, you should be able to make mistakes, you should be able to do things that others don’t find right and you should be able to be yourself. If I can represent that on national platform, I am very happy.”