Come what may, won`t allow `Bigg Boss`: Bal Thackeray
Mumbai: Salman Khan`s `Bigg Boss` has run into political trouble with Shiv Sena cheif Bal Thackeray today threatening to disrupt the reality show over the participation of Pakistani artistes.
"Come what may, we will not allow the show. Don`t issue law and order (disruption) threats to us. Shiv Sena will disrupt the TV show," Thackeray today said in a statement.
The fourth season of the popular show kicked off on October 3 with Salman unveiling the 14 contestants, including Veena Malik, Pakistani model and ex-girlfriend of cricketer Mohammed Asif and Begum Nawazish Ali, the cross-dressing host of a popular chat show in Pakistan.
But the inclusion of Pakistani artistes has not gone down well with Sena and Raj Thackeray-led MNS, who have threatened to stall the run of the hit reality TV show.
The other contestants on the show include Abbas Kazmi, convicted terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab`s former lawyer, veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt`s son Rahul, Davinder Singh alias Bunty Chor and former dacoit Seema Parihar, who is facing several cases of murder.