Rajnikanth's Representation Removed From Bigg Boss Tamil House

Rajnikanth's Representation Removed From Bigg Boss Tamil House

Rajnikanth's representation has been removed from Bigg Boss Tamil house and the controversy has erupted over the removal of a large portrait of Superstar Rajinikanth’s look from ‘Petta’ from the ‘Bigg Boss Tamil’ 3 house
Rajnikanth's Representation Removed From Bigg Boss Tamil House

Reality TV drama Bigg Boss Tamil broadcast on Star Vijay has dependably pulled in discussion and looks like season 3 will be no different. While news about the competitors for the show is making the rounds, contention has emitted over the expulsion of an enormous representation of Superstar Rajinikanth's look from Petta from the Bigg Boss 3 house, according to a foreign media outlet. A couple of media personnel were given a visit inside the Bigg Boss 3 house as of late and many uncovered that two pics – one of Kamal Haasan from Virumaandi and Rajini from Petta – were seen decorating one of the dividers of the house.

In any case, when the show was broadcast, Rajini's representation was missing. While a few of his hardcore fans condemning it, entertainer and artist Premji Amaren has said that even though the pic was expelled from the Bigg Boss house, Rajini will dependably find a special spot in the hearts of his fans around the world.

“Rajini’s image shows him smoking a cigarette. That’s one of the reasons why the creative team of the show decided to remove it. However, the fans took it personal,” relayed sources familiar with the matter to a foreign media outlet.

It is pertinent to note that Kamal Haasan had facilitated the initial two periods of the show and is facilitating the flow of the third season too. While Bigg Boss season 1 had 19 members and the second had 16, this time around the show has 15 members and 2 unique sections who will come in later.

The show found itself in a heated controversey even before it publicized, when a supporter from Chennai named Sudhan documented a request requesting a prohibition on the unscripted TV drama. When the case came up for hearing last week, Justice Manikumar and Subramaniam Prasad had issued notification to nine respondents, including the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), and postponed the hearing for about fourteen days.