The Hindu Makkal Katchi is a nationalistic Hindu party in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, has demanded a ban on the Tamil version of popular reality show Bigg Boss and also wanted actor Kamal Haasan to be arrested for hosting the show. They claim the show against Tamil culture. Complaint petition has been lodged at the Chennai Police Commisioner’s office seeking the arrest of Kamal Haasan and all the fifteen participants of the ‘Bigg Boss’ show aired on Vijay Tv.
Veeramaanickam Siva, the secretary of Hindu Makkal Katchi, has filed a complaint against the makers of the show and Kamal Haasan with the Commissioner of Police, Chennai. “People of India are paragons of virtue. Indian television channels, nowadays, are acting in a way to wreck the Indian culture. The Bigg Bossprogram in Vijay TV overthrows every other show on television in tarnishing the Indian culture and Tamil traditions. People who don’t know each other wearing slinky clothes and using crass language erode our social values and are a threat to our culture. “
“We are in the times where television is accessible from kids to elders, and these kind of programs are a menace to our society. Even the respectable Tamil anthem was subjected to disgrace in the show and contestants made a mockery of it. This has deeply hurt the sentiments of 7 crore Tamilians. The host Kamal Hassan and the participants Namitha, Oviya, Gayathri Raguran, Julie, Raiza, Haarathi, Vayyapuri, Shakthi, Ganja Karuppu, Aarav, Snehan, Bharani, Ganesh Venkatraaman should be arrested immediately and I seek legal action from the police department. The reality show should be immediately banned to save the Tamil culture and values,” read the letter addressed to the police commissioner.
Bigg Boss Tamil made headlines since the announcement of the show. The show, which went on air June 25 on Star Vijay, marks the television debut of Kamal Haasan.
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