Kanwar Dhillon criticizes Bigg Boss 13 says, Television is hitting a new low

31 Oct 2019 04:33 PM

Kanwar Dhillon criticizes Bigg Boss 13 says, Television is hitting a new low

Updated 31 Oct 2019 04:33 PM

Kanwar Dhillon is an Indian television actor. He is the son of film and television actor Deep Dhillon. He wrote on Facebook, "Television is hitting a new low by getting people like this guy called Hindustani Bhau on a reality show like Bigg Boss amongst a few others who have worked their ass off to have made it there! A person ripping someones mothers and daughters apart on social media with abusive words u cant even listen to after a point,becomes a hit with all the bantai public,gets mobbed by them & Boom he is a celebrity overnight! Kya din agaye hain bhai..Sochta hu kabhi kabhi hum mehnat kar hi kyu rahe hain life mein agar celebrity aise hi ban sakte ho?? Ab aise logon ko reality shows pe bulane lag gaye aur kuch dusre tik tok waalon ko shows dene lag gaye? Kya ho raha hai tv industry ko? Matlab hudd hai..
As if the latest trend of casting people on the basis of their tik tok followers wasnt enough!! Things are getting way too ridiculous...Hey Bhagwaan,bacha lena!"

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