Popular reality TV show Big Boss shows how the weary inmates get up with a slumberous face to Bollywood musical songs and dance to those tunes until the music stops. Is it a novel way to get up from the quota of sleep one secures in one’s daily life?
It has never been included in our indigenous culture. One inmate Srishti Rodhe, after her ouster from the BB house, stated that she would ask her mother to awake her in that particular way. She was supposed to be missing that interesting norm life.
Another astonishing scene erupted during a task performance for the selection of the house captain where the contestants were holding a sword tightly while its blade was encased into solid rock. They were told to anyhow drag it out by applying their respective wits and tactics.
In the middle of the task, one contestant Rohit, who was overheard saying his face was far better than Medha’s, expressed his deep urge to urinate on the spot. He was not permitted to go to the urinal in accordance with the set rules of the task.
Surbhi, the contender, brought the sipper for him and a complete cover of blanket surrounded for him to complete urinating. Bihar’s brainpower Deepak Thakur even advised Rohit to keep his head downwards. He was holding the quilt in an appropriate way.
It was a way to relieve him but there was no need to throw camera focus on this course. Big Boss is a widely viewed television programme, and such an act looked filthy and extremely inappropriate. That was not necessarily needed on a widely viewed reality show.
Though Haryanavi head Romil and ingenious Dipika objected it in their individual style, the Rajasthani girl Somi Khan, who was conducting the task, did not raise her strong voice to this dirty course. Verbal fights and other similar gimmicks could be raising the programme’s rating but how can a covered view of pee do the same thing? Let the bachelor host make it plainly clear.