‘Punish Venkat or won't host show’

Published: 16th November 2016 10:36 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th November 2016 05:18 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Not all has been well in the Bigg Boss House, with the Season-4 seeing major drama in the last few days.

The reason? Huccha Venkat, the contestant from the last season , was invited by the Bigg Boss House for a day, only to have been thrown out of the house in 20 minutes.
Why? Venkat physically assaulted contestant Pratham. The latter was rescued by the bouncer, who kicked Venkat out of the fight and house.


To those who watched the last season, this was nothing short of a deja-vu, when Venkat was kicked out for misbehaving.

Despite his past, many wondered why Venkat was invited. Sudeep too is quite upset with the whole episode.
The actor who watched the episode says what happened was inexcusable and should be punished.
Sudeep in his series of tweets has expressed his anger. He says, “Just saw the episode and this act by Huccha Venkat is inexcusable... I shall stand by what needs to be done...” (sic)”
He further adds. “I do host the show,but if he thinks he can walk in,physically abuse a contestant n walk out then he's wrong.. he should n shall be punished". (sic)

The actor fumed over the behaviour and took to Twitter to vent out his anger. Sudeep even declared that he won't be hosting the show until Venkat is punished for the act.
“This is my promise to my viewers and the contestants that I shall only appear again to host after justice is done,” he tweeted.

Could this episode end Sudeep's hosting run on the show? We could only wait and watch.
It is now up to the broadcasting channel to decide what punishment to mete out to Venkat for his misbehaviour.

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