The fourteenth installment of Salman Khan's 'Bigg Boss', one of Indian television's most popular reality shows, is receiving flak from netizens for it's 'vulgar content'.
Just three days after its premiere, 'Bigg Boss 14' is being slammed on Twitter for the recent task assigned to female contestants. During the task, the 'fresher girls' were asked to impress 'Toofani Senior' Sidharth Shukla to get immunity from the nominations. Colors TV's official Twitter handle took to the micro-blogging site to share the premiere of Wednesday's episode, where Jasmin Bhasin, Nikki Tamboli, Pavitra Punia and other girls were seen trying to impress Shukla with sensual moves.
Check out the promo here:
Reacting to the video, several users called it 'vulgar and cheap' asking 'how can the makers stoop for low for the TRP'.
A user wrote: "I have seen each and every bb episode from season 11 but today's episode crosses all lines of vulgarity. The expressions , the moves of those girls were literally cheap.. how can someone stoop so low for trp? The show should be literally banned. Enough."
"It seems like the girls are seen just like an object which seems pleasurable to your eyes, aur ladkiyon ka koi kaam nhi!
BB has actually objectified women, otherwise Yeh task nhi hota, according to me!
This is not a dating show and the task seems baseless!" wrote another
"It’s high time that Bigg Boss must be boycotted. The last season they promoted violence and this season vulgarity. @BiggBoss don’t you think it is your responsibility to promote the good stuffs?!! Especially when you are watched by a good portion of audience #BOYCOTTBB14," read a comment.
Check out the reactions here: