Viacom 18 apologises for Jaan Kumar Sanu’s comment; Aly Goni to join Jasmin Bhasin in BB House
Bigg Boss 14 of late is witnessing a lot of twists and turns. Recently, there are wild card entries – Naina Singh, Shradul Pandit, and Kavita Kaushik into the BB house. Presently, it appears the producers have as of now planned another surprise with Aly Goni’s entry into the house. It’s beyond any doubt to leave Jasmin Bhasin excited and energized.
Moreover, Colors has issued a statement of apology after Jaan Kumar Sanu’s comment on Nikki Tamboli talking Marathi in Bigg Boss 14 irked Shiv Sena leader Pratap Sarnaik and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Ameya Khopkar. The channel, in a letter, addressed Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray, guaranteed to remove the shocking comment from future broadcasts of the scene.
Viacom18 Media, the parent company of Colors in its letter, said, “We have received objections regarding the reference to Marathi language during the episode broadcasted on 27th October 2020 on Colors channel. We have taken note of these objections and have taken corrective measures of removing the said part from all future broadcasts of the episode.”
Jaan asked Nikki Tamboli to not speak in Marathi with fellow contestant Rahul Vaidya and said “mereko chid hoti hai (it irks me)”. This comment did not go down as well with Shiv Sena leader Pratap Sarnaik and MNS leader Ameya Khopkar, who condemned the comments and requested an apology or else the shooting of Bigg Boss 14 would be ceased.
TV actor and Bigg Boss 14 contestant Jasmin Bhasin’s rumoured boyfriend and actor Aly Goni who is most of the time seen supporting Jasmin on social media, will supposedly enter the BB house. As per sources, Aly will be seen entering the game house in the first week of November. He has been approached by the makers of the reality show to join other contestants. He was prior inquired to join in but due to other work commitments he didn’t take part and presently when he has got the time, he has said yes to the makers. Aly Goni may be seen entering the house as a contender in the first week of November.