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''Bigg Boss 2'' no longer a family show

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Entertainment, Sept 24
Published on 25 Sep. 2008 12:47 AM IST
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Catfights, abuses, cheap slang words and vulgarity - the second season of reality show "Bigg Boss" is packed with adult content in the garb of entertainment, say former participants. Instances of verbal attacks and physical proximity between item girl Sambhavna Seth and actress Shweta Tiwari's estranged husband Raja Chaudhary are escalating on the programme. Television actress Ketaki Dave, who was eliminated a few weeks ago, says she is "very happy to have come out". "The show is no longer classy, not that it ever was, but Raja's and Sambhavna's behaviour is very strange. They fight but at the same time they dance so close to each other. Raja abuses a lot. I'm happy I don't have to see all that," Ketaki said. The reality show requires celebrities to be locked up in a specially designed house for three months under 24-hour camera surveillance, with no access to the outside world. Every week one housemate is evicted and the one who stays till the very end emerges the winner. It has been inspired by the American reality show "Celebrity Big Brother". Though the last season also exposed viewers to similar drama with Bhojpuri star Ravi Kishan swearing and abusing and item girl Rakhi Sawant screaming and howling, the game never got so dirty. Last week, Sambhavna accused co-participant Ashutosh Kaushik, winner of MTV Roadies show, of hurting her right breast while playing a game of kabaddi and ignited a massive fight. Though the rest of the house members tried to keep the situation under control, it turned worse when Raja intervened and called her a "nautanki" (melodrama queen).

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