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‘Bigg Boss’: Nastiest iconic fights of all times

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New Delhi, Oct 6 Ugly, nasty, spicy, controversial – call it what you will, but these are precisely the reasons the reality show “Bigg Boss” continues to be a big hit on Indian television, 13 seasons since inception.

The fights and explicit language are signature thrills, guaranteed to satisfy the voyeuristic pleasure seekers among couch potatoes. For contestants on the show hosted by superstar Salman Khan, the “Bigg Boss” house is not an easy place to survive.

“Bigg Boss” lovers have been witness to ballistic tempers, mudslinging, sky-rocketing egos and some of the nastiest catfights over the show’s successful 12-year run so far. Contestants of the reality show, which began in 2006, live in a specially-constructed house with a constant vigilance of over 150 cameras in the house.

As we step into season 13, which is already throwing delectable hints at us of some glorious catfights in the making, it is time to recall the most iconic fights over the years, which are still etched into our memory:

KASHMIRA SHAH vs RAKHI SAWANT (season 1)

On the maiden season, motormouth Rakhi and sharp-focused Kashmira gave a lot of spicy content worth cherishing. Kashmira had turned all the housemates against Rakhi, leading to numerous fights. The season also had Rahul Roy, Carol Gracious and Amit Sadh among other names as contestants.

SAMBHAVNA SETH vs PAYAL ROHATGI (season 2)

Just a nomination caused a huge spat between the two. Sambhavna, known for being blunt, was in no mood to take Payal’s accusations, and took a stand for herself. Caught between the two was Payal’s then reported beau Rahul Mahajan, who was a close friend of Sambhavna.

KRK vs ROHIT VERMA (season 3)

KAMAAL RASHID KHAN – or KRK, as he insists on being known to the world – is famous for his crass, sly comments on everyone in the industry. On the show, he lost his cool and threw a bottle at Rohit. This lead to KRK’s immediate eviction. Rohit also alleged that KRK molested him on the show.

DOLLY BINDRA vs REST OF THE HOUSE (season 4)

The season saw the most epic fights in the history of the show. Dolly Bindra fought with all the contestants in the house. Among her most mnemorable spats was one with Bhojpuri superstar and politician Manoj Tiwari, over eggs. Vulgar abuses were hurled in routine heated arguments. Remember “Baap pe mat jaana?” Dolly also got into physical fights with Shweta Tiwari, Veena Malik and Ashmit Patel. The fourth season was clearly owned by Dolly.

POOJA MISSRA vs REST OF THE HOUSE (season 5)

The most disliked and the biggest spitfire Pooja Missra did not blend at all with most housemates during her stay. One memorable incident was when she was broke a wiper because she was angry with Shonali Nagrani. Pooja also had ugly spats with MTV VJ Siddharth Bhardwaj and Mahek Chahal.

IMAM SIDDIQUE vs URVASHI DHOLAKIA and AASHKA GORADIA (season 6)

Imam wore various getups, had peculiar mannerism and costumes, and is widely considered the most controversial wild card entry in the history of “Bigg Boss” so far. He got into an argument with Urvashi Dholakia, and nasty comments on her personal life. He went so far as to question her parenting skills, leaving the actress in tears. He even scared Aashka Goradia with his weird antics.

KUSHAL TANDON vs VJ ANDY (season 7)

Television actor Kushal Tandon got into a physical fight with VJ Andy in the seventh season. During a task, Andy had to irritate the housemates and they had to ignore him. However, Andy went too personal and made unpleasant remarks about Gauahar Khan. This caused Kushal to lose his cool and he hit Andy. He was later evicted.

PRINCE NARULA vs RISHABH SINHA (season 9): “Splitsvilla” contestant Rishabh Sinha was a wild card entry and under the name of a task, made actress Kishwer Merchant go down on her all fours and sit like a dog for three hours! This unfair behaviour irked Prince Narula, leading to a major showdown.

KISHWER MERCHANT vs RISHABH SINHA (season 9)

After Rishabh made Kishwer Merchant do the dog task for nearly three hours, she decided to seek revenge by spitting in Rishabh’s drink.

MANDANA KARIMI vs KISHWER MERCHANT (season 9)

The two were at loggerheads, specially when Mandana kicked Kishwer in the guts during a task. Kishwer was in no mood to take the incident lightly and even threatened to quit the show. In her defence, Mandana said she did it to protect herself.

BANI J vs SWAMI OM (season 10)

Swami Om urinated in a mug and then threw the urine at Bani J and Rohan Mehra. His distasteful act triggered a storm inside the house. It got so nasty that Bani and Rohan almost hit Swami Om.

SHILPA SHINDE vs VIKAS GUPTA (season 11)

They started fighting from day one of the show. The two were seen constantly having verbal spats all through their stay in the house. Shilpa irked Vikas so much that she drove him to tears.

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Kangana bungalow demolition smacks of malice, says Bombay High Court

Ranaut had sought Rs 2 crore in damages from the BMC and urged the court to declare BMC’s action illegal

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Mumbai, November 27: The Bombay High Court on Friday has said the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) action of demolishing part of Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow here smacks of malafide and was done to cause substantial loss to the actor, and quashed the demolition order.

The court also said it did not approve of authorities using “muscle power” against any citizen.

A division bench of Justices SJ Kathawalla and RI Chagla noted that the action undertaken by the civic body left hardly “any manner of doubt” that it was unauthorised.

The bench was hearing Ranaut’s petition challenging the demolition carried out by the BMC at her Pali Hill bungalow in suburban Bandra on September 9.

“The civic body has proceeded to act wrongfully and illegally against the rights of a citizen,” the bench said.

Ranaut had sought Rs 2 crore in damages from the BMC and urged the court to declare BMC’s action illegal.

On the issue of compensation, the bench said it was appointing a valuer who would hear the petitioner and the BMC on monetary damages caused to her due to the demolition.

“The valuer shall by March 2021 pass appropriate orders on compensation,” the court said.

The civic body had opposed the plea and said the actor had brazenly and unlawfully carried out extensive alterations and additions to the bungalow in breach of its approved plan.

Ranaut had filed the petition on September 9 when the demolition process was initiated by the BMC. The court had in an interim order on September 9 stayed the demolition work. PTI

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Bigg Boss 14: Kavita Kaushik’s husband reveals his relatives in law-enforcement approached him to file complaint against Aly Goni

Talking about his wife’s struggle Kavita Kaushik’s husband Ronnit Biswas slammed Aly Goni. Here’s what he said!

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Bigg Boss 14 saw a massive showdown between Kavita Kaushik and Aly Goni after the actor lost his cool when she takes away his personal items as a punishment for breaking house rules.

In a fit of rage, Aly kicked a trash bin which hurt Kavita, who was standing close to it and the house erupted in chaos.

Now talking about his wife’s struggle Kavita’s husband Ronnit Biswas said, “Physical violence was never a thing which we had signed up for whether it happened directly or indirectly it doesn’t matter.”

“I had seen the promo first, a day before yesterday and I was very disturbed. But once I saw the way Kavita was putting up to it and how she was behaving I felt extremely proud of her. My sadness disappeared and I got happy thinking that no matter how much you try to target this girl, she will not bow down to anyone. She will come out shining and strong,” said a proud Ronnit in a conversation with ETimes TV.

He also went on to say that what Kavita said to Aly was not a big deal. Stating that Aly also said the same line to Kavita thrice, Ronnit revealed, “He has also said this to her thrice after that. So, I think the topic should have ended then and there itself. But I understand most of the housemates know that Kavita is quite strong and if they fight with her or corner her, they will get some footage. It is very sad that in a country where we keep talking about women are equal to men, we worship Goddess, we celebrate women and talk about women empowerment, there is a man who is threatening a woman on national television that he will make her life a living hell or won’t let her sleep.

Few of Ronnit’s relatives, who are in law enforcement, have approached him asking him if he wants to file a complaint against Aly Goni. “I have been getting a lot of calls from our well-wishers and relatives who are into the Police force, Government officials and they are asking me If I want to take action against Aly Goni or register a complaint. Although, I have told them that it is not needed, but I was expecting from the channel and the production house a stricter punishment. One week’s nomination doesn’t make any sense,” concluded Ronnit.

Let’s see if Aly and Kavita bury the hatches in weeks to come or not.

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TV actor Ashiesh Roy passes away

Cine & TV Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) expressed solidarity for Ashiesh Roy who died on Tuesday. The actor’s staff member confirmed the news that he was suffering from a kidney ailment and was undergoing dialysis.

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Actor Ashiesh Roy passed away due to kidney failure on Tuesday. He was 55. Roy had been keeping unwell for a while and was admitted to the ICU in a Mumbai hospital in May this year.

Ashiesh Roy’s staff member confirmed the news. He told that the actor died at his home.

“He collapsed around 3.45 am. He had a kidney ailment and his dialysis was also going on but he had gotten better in the last few weeks… His sister will arrive from Kolkata in the evening. A call on funeral will be then taken,” the staff member said.

The Cine & TV Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) expressed solidarity for Ashiesh Roy via a social media post. “#CINTAA expresses its deepest condolence on the demise of Shri Ashiesh Roy (Member since: January 2003)” CINTAA’s Facebook post read.

In May, Ashiesh Roy had announced on social media that he was on dialysis and even sought financial assistance. “I am in the ICU… Very ill. Dialysis,” Ashiesh Roy first wrote on Facebook, followed by another post that read, “Need your urgent money for dialysis (sic).”

Read: TV actor Ashiesh Roy hospitalised, seeks aid from fans

Following Ashiesh Roy’s social media posts, filmmaker Hansal Mehta also requested film bodies to provide financial assistance to the ailing actor. Hansal Mehta tweeted, “Actor Ashish Roy (Bond) is seriously ill, on dialysis and in the ICU. He has appealed for financial help on FB. I’m doing all I can to help. Can industry associations also help the ailing actor?”

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