Anchor’s Casting Couch Screams Went Unheard

Bigg-Boss-Telugu-3Swetha Reddy became a known face on YouTube during the Telugu states elections with the K A Paul controversy and if anyone missed her on the internet, she became a notable voice now on TV too with the Big Boss controversy. The lady has been screaming all over the internet and on the TV debates on banning Big Boss and looks like all her screams have gone unheard.

Nagarjuna made a grand start of Big Boss 3 and all the 15 contestants entered the house with lots of hopes. Not the casting couch, nor the agreement cheating allegations or the court cases could stop the show from hitting the screens.

Swetha Reddy who started the controversy with claims of cheating for not finalizing her in the show, then for casting couch and now she says, her fight is only for the women empowerment.

People didn’t find her argument honest for many reasons and now that the show had a kick start, the demand for banning the show as expected has gone unheard. Well, the controversy has only doubled the promotion this time.

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