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Colors dragged to court over 'fake' wedding on Bigg Boss

A civil court has served notice to the chief executive officer of Colors TV channel for showing vulgar content on reality show Bigg Boss and cheating the audience by organising the wedding of an already married couple.

entertainment Updated: Nov 14, 2010 17:20 IST
IANS

A civil court in Bhopal has served notice to the chief executive officer (CEO) of Colors TV channel for showing vulgar content on reality show

Bigg Boss

and cheating the audience by organising the wedding of an already married couple.



"The court of class two judge Suresh Srivastava served notice to the CEO of Colors TV and told him to be present on November 19," Yawar Khan, advocate of the petitioner said on Saturday.



Shamshul Hasan, a local resident, filed the petition on Friday, saying that apart from showing vulgar content, the channel cheated viewers by organising the wedding of participants Sara Khan and Ali Merchant, who are already married.



Sara-Ali

The wedding has been mired in controversy after the bride's parents claimed that Sara and Ali had married two years back.



"The issue is over and we have nothing to say," Sara's mother Seema Khan told

IANS

when contacted on Saturday.

First Published: Nov 13, 2010 16:30 IST