Bigg Boss season 6 contestant Imam Siddique, who was thrown out of the show due to his violent behaviour, will re-enter the show tonight. “With folded hands I would like to apologise for my behaviour. I lost my peace of mind. But I request the fans to support me and vote for me,” Siddiqui said
before entering the show.
After Siddiqui lost his cool on the reality show, the decision was taken to have him thrown out of the house for his unacceptable behaviour.
After several tiffs and patch-ups with contestants Aashka Goradia and Dinesh Nirahua, it seemed for a while that Imam was finally settling down in the newly set up village house.
However, his dominating nature soon came to the fore again, leading to another fight with Aashka.
A source told HT Cafe, “All seemed well, but around midnight, he wore Aashka’s clothes and started harassing her by doing antics like brushing his teeth with her clothes on, and imitating her actions. When Aashka and Nirahua reacted, his anger was aggravated and he locked the two inside the house. He went to the extent of breaking the earthen pots and other things in the house, and threatening to burn everything down.”
At 3.40am, the production team had to intervene and asked him to step out of the house. They kept him in an isolated location and tried talking to him, but he was abusive.
Ultimately, the makers and the channel decided to throw him out of the show.
The spokesperson for Colors confirmed to HT Cafe, “Imam has been shown the door and thrown out of the Bigg Boss House due to his unruly behaviour and his disrespectful attitude towards the women in the Bigg Boss House.”
Well, it seems like things are about to change now!
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Bigg Boss has always made it clear that there is no place for violence in his house. The show rules strictly prohibit any kind of physical assault towards co-contestants. However, owing to the nature of the show or of the inmates themselves, contestants over the seasons have resorted to unacceptable behavior and were, hence, shown the door. TAKE A LOOK
(With additional inputs)