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Bigg Boss row: 'They asked me if I can live without sex'

Monday, July 15, 2019 • Telugu Comments
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Bigg Boss row: They asked me if I can live without sex

After journalist Swetha Reddy, small-time starlet Gayatri Gupta has come out in the open against Bigg Boss (Telugu). She has decided to lodge a police complaint.

"After signing me up for the show 2.5 months ago, they have revoked the agreement unilaterally. I lost many other opportunities in the meanwhile because I was expecting to be on the show and I didn't accept new offers. Someone from Bigg Boss side actually asked me if I can live in the Bigg Boss house for 100 days without family and sex! I asked him what kind of question it is," Gayatri today told a news channel.

"Someone from Star MAA recently asked me why I should be selected when I can't contribute to TRPs. Why did they sign up an agreement with me 2.5 months ago? Didn't they ask the question to themselves? They even finalized remuneration. I didn't want to degrade myself any further. They said they want drama to be created during the Bigg Boss show. 'Do you have differences with any of the contestants?' they asked. As per them, TRPs won't be good if I don't pick up quarrels on the reality show!" she revealed.

"Some of the clauses in the Bigg Boss agreement are totally unfair. They bind us not to speak against the show. This is nothing but slavery. We want to talk about the sexual harassment issues involved. I am going to take legal action now. I demand compensation. I have suffered losses," Gayatri added.

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