Salman Khan's upcoming reality show Bigg Boss 9, which is all set to start on Colors channel, has already been facing trouble with god-woman Rahde Maa sending the channel a legal notice for defamation and 'Welcome Back' actor Shiney Ahuja planning to do so.
In fact, Radhe Maa supporters have been incensed over the efforts to use her name to get publicity for the show. They point out that Radhe Maa had never been approached for the Bigg Boss, and so where was the question of her agreeing to be part of it.
They go to the extent of pointing out that the lady did not even own a mobile phone and so there was no question of someone contacting her in this regard.
As a spokesperson for Radhe Maa said, “We are suing them for maligning Radhe Maa's name. She was never offered the show, has not been signed and will not be a part of it. She is not interested in reality TV.”
Similarly, Shiney Ahuja, the controversial Bollywood actor whose latest flick 'Welcome Back' with stars like John Abraham, Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor, etc, has been doing good business at the box office, is also pondering over taking legal action.
In fact, the actor points out that his name has been doing the rounds for the Bigg Boss since year 2011, despite of the fact that he never indicated any inclination towards reality television at any point of time.
Prachi Desai, another actor who has been shooting in London for upcoming biopic on cricketer Azharuddin, is also angry with the baseless talk about Bigg Boss. She points out that she was too busy at the moment to even think of reality shows like Bigg Boss.
Even the model-actor Dino Morea and stand-up comedian Sunil Grover have pointed out that they never gave their consent to be part of controversial reality show Bigg Boss and so there was no question of them joining it on television with Salman Khan.