Pooja Bedi to sue Colors channel?
Bigg Boss has been known for its controversies inside the house. This time the trouble is brewing outside the house and is 'real'. Pooja Bedi is contemplating sending a legal notice to Colors channel for chucking her out of Bigg Boss finale.tv Updated: Jan 31, 2012 15:40 IST
Bigg Boss has been known for its controversies inside the house. This time the trouble is brewing outside the house and is 'real'. Pooja Bedi is contemplating sending a legal notice to Colors channel for chucking her out of Bigg Boss finale, reports a daily.
"I am taken aback. It's in my contract that I am to attend finale. They blocked my dates and even informed me I was to do a medley. And three days ago abruptly the production house informed me that I was to not attend the finale. They told me that it was the channel's decision, however, the channel blamed the production house," shared Pooja Bedi with the daily.
"They are putting blame on each other, no one is taking responsibility for the decision and no one is giving me a valid explanation. Other contestants were banned but have now been re-invited. It's all very bizarre! Perhaps a legal notice is only way to get some logical/valid answers for this abrupt decision and why no one is taking responsibility! I am contemplating.. Not sure! Why are they singling me out?" adds Pooja.
Pooja Bedi had earlier tweeted about her ouster from Bigg Boss finale on Twitter.
“Have been informed by the channel that I’m not to attend finale, despite it being mandatory in my contract."
“Have asked the channel to state the reason I cannot be there to cheer my friends on. Also, till yesterday, I was to do a medley. What changed?” she added.
Pooja entered the Bigg Boss 5 house on October 2 last year, and was evicted towards the end of November. Recently, the 41-year-old blasted host Salman Khan, as she felt he hurt her fellow inmate Akashdeep Saigal. It is believed that her comments didn’t go down too well with Salman.
In a host of replies to fans’ tweets, Pooja posted, “It’s my prerogative to react to the host of my show. If anchors can be unfair to contestants, they have the right to speak up.”