New Delhi, October 9: After Padmaavat and Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, Karni Sena on Monday demanded a ban on Bigg Boss 13 alleging that the "reality show is against the Indian culture". Bigg Boss 13, which has been associated with drama and controversy since day one, has been criticised after all the girls were made to share a bed with men. Bigg Boss 13: Traders Association Moves Broadcasting Ministry to Censor Salman Khan's Show for Vulgarity (Read Statement).
This development comes after a Muslim man from Kashmir was made to share a bed with a Brahmin girl. According to Karni Sena, the show is against the Indian culture. Shri Rajput Karni Sena has also written a letter to the Minister of Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar against Colors Tv's popular reality show Bigg Boss 13. The majority agrees that people are overreacting by asking for a ban on it.
In a letter, Karni Sena leader Satyanarayan Purohit said, "Kashmiri Muslim Man is made to share a bed with a Hindu girl. The show is promoting that the unmarried girls can have a baby and the Hindu culture is being downgraded. I appeal that this show should be banned under the Hindu Act."
Karni Sena's Letter Against Big Boss 13
Earlier, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) moved to I&B Ministry with an official complaint. In the complaint, CAIT wrote, “Our country’s traditional and cultural values are being tarnished in the lust of TRP and profits.”
Meanwhile, the thirteenth season of Bigg Boss 13 thrives on drama, fights, romance and controversies. Barely two weeks away from its finale the show is witnessing juicy spats.