Bigg Boss 13: Internet users share funny memes in the program presented by Salman Khan and set the trend #banbiggboss on Twitter
Salman Khan's reality show is already causing surprise with his controversial concept. This season of big boss 13 , popular celebrities has participated including Siddharth Shukla , Devoleena Bhattacharjee , Rashami Desai , Siddharth Dey, Shefali Bagga, Arti Singh, Dalljit Kaur, Shehnaz Gill, Abu Malik, Azim Riaz and Koena Mitra .
The program began airing from September 29, 2019, and host Salman introduced some new things into the season. The creators of the program presented the concept of Bed Friends Forever, which created a stir in social networks. From showing vulgarity in tasks to making children sleep in a bed.
Internet users have been looking for a ban on big boss and made the hashtag trend on Twitter. They said
The show has crossed all limits.
Within no time, the audiences have started trending #BanonBiggBoss on twitter. The netizens want a ban on Salman's reality show for its 'vulgar' content. Many twitter users shared funny memes on social media. One user said, "TV pe big boss dekhne wale wahi log hain jo bachpan se JBL se nale ki Khudai ghanto dekhte hai", while others are unfollowing Salman Khan .
While another user wrote, stop destroying our culture and values in the name of entertainment. Everything about this show is so obscene and pathetic. Stop this nonsense show immediately ... We don't want our children to see dice like this # BanBigBoss, while another user said: The main observers of this program are children under 18 and are not mature enough to see this. This program spreads vulgarity and nudity. Bacche manipulates hote hai is se. Or vaise hi shochte hai.
Check out the memes
#ban_biggboss this Muslim guy Salman Khan take carore of rupee of Hindu tax money and promote love jehad, whoever Hindu girls come near him, he transfer her to his muslim friend for work or break in film.these ISI agent having fun of Hindu money and girls without any merit/talent - manish kumar jha (@drmanishjha) October 5, 2019