AP High Court takes serious view of obscenity in Bigg Boss show

30-09-2022 Fri 13:58
AP High Court takes serious view of obscenity in Bigg Boss show

Amaravati, September 30: The AP High Court on Friday heard arguments on a petition filed expressing concern over obscenity in the ongoing Bigg Boss Telugu Season 6 show. Lawyer Sivaprasad Reddy informed the top court that Bigg Boss organisers are not following IBF guidelines and promoting vulgarity. 
The High Court took serious view of obscenity in Bigg Boss show and sought Central government’s response. Advocate of the Centre asked some time to submit his reply. The High Court adjourned the hearing to October 11 and said that they will take a decision on issuing notices in the next hearing.
There has been criticism from the first season of Bigg Boss Telugu show that organisers are promoting obscenity. CPI national secretary K Narayana, BJP MLA Raja Singh and other political leaders and film personalities have been opposing vulgarity in Bigg Boss show. “No use of Bigg Boss shows to the society,” they slammed.

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