“Okay I have to do this… I am profusely sorry but the Bigg Boss people keep calling every season. Now it’s time to put it in public,” Mukul posted on his Facebook. “It would cost me a degeneration of the last morsel of my ancestral values and a cold-blooded murder of my child’s respect for me to even be seen in a glimpse on that television show,” he added.
But Bollywood publicist Dale Bhagwagar feels that such strong feelings are fine as they are “the adrenalin” of the show. “It’s all just like what I’d told one of my PR clients Mandana Karimi last season before she entered… People can love the show, they can hate the show, but they can’t ignore it.”
True. When Mandana repeated those lines during her introductory tete-a-tete with host Salman Khan, it felt as if she had instantly captured ‘the essence of Bigg Boss’.