Bigg Boss makers harp on controversial contestants to enter the reality show and well, create drama. This is true. 12th season of Bigg Boss is underway and ex contestant and Bollywood’s favourite drama queen Rakhi Sawant stated in a press conference that Tanushree Dutta is planning to go to Bigg Boss and hence is stirring controversies. Tanushree in her interviews have slammed Nana Patekar and Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS) for harassing her both physically and emotionally. MNS recently threatened Colors channel and Viacom 18, the makers of Bigg Boss, that if Tanushree enters the house, they will vandalise their office and will incite violence.
Now, Tanushree Dutta has come to the forefront to clear the issue regarding she is actually entering the Salman Khan hosted show Bigg Boss 12 or not. “This is a way to discredit me that I am doing this for Bigg Boss. What, you think is a great aspiration? I don't think that. You think Salman Khan is god and Bigg Boss is heaven, I don't think that”, Tanushree Dutta rubbished rumours if joining Bigg Boss 12 in an interview with Republic TV.
"Bigg Boss offered me crores over all these years and I have been saying no. I am claustrophobic anyway, I need to move around," Tanushree revealed.
Recently, when Salman Khan was quizzed about the Tanushree Dutta and Nana Patekar controversy, Salman simply said that he is not aware of it.
Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Ishita Dutta broke her silence and supporting her sister Tanushree said that she is setting an example. In an interview with Bollywoodlife.com, Ishita was quoted saying as, "What she is trying to achieve is that she is trying to set an example. If something like this happens, it is not your fault. You should not shy away from it. And speak about it."