Shiv Sena calls shut down against `Bigg Boss 4` Monday
Mumbai: The Shiv Sena has called for a shutdown in Lonavala in Maharashtra Monday to protest against the inclusion of two Pakistani participants in the ongoing "Bigg Boss 4" TV show, a party official said here Sunday.
According to Shiv Sena spokesperson Neelam Gorhe, despite demands by the party, the Colors channel has not bothered to remove the two Pakistani participants - Veena Malik and Begum Nawazish Ali - from the show.
"Even Pune district collector has served a show cause notice to Colors channel asking why the show should not be stopped since it is creating law and order issues in the famous hill station," Gorhe told reporters.
Gorhe said that her party workers will demonstrate in the city Monday and take out a procession seeking removal of Pakistani actors from the show.
"Bigg Boss 4" is hosted by Bollywood star Salman Khan.