|Shiv Sena will not take no for an answer and are continuing their protest against the telly show ‘Bigg Boss 4’. The house at Lonavala where the shooting for the show is going on has a thick blanket of security as the Sena protests continued for the third consecutive day.
As per reports, Sena leaders have given the channel officials a 48-hour ultimatum to stop shooting or they would forcefully enter the bungalow and disrupt the show. Sena chief Bal Thackeray, on Monday, came out opposing the participation of two Pakistani nationals in Bigg Boss - cricketer Mohammad Asif’s ex-girlfriend and actress, Veena Malik, and talk show host, Begum Nawazish Ali.
“Come what may, we will not allow the show. Don’t issue law and order (disruption) threats to us. Shiv Sena will disrupt the TV show,” Thackeray said in a statement in Mumbai.
On Tuesday, Sena activists warned the makers that they would stop supply of all the essential commodities including water and power to the bungalow if shooting doesn’t stop. About 40 sainiks were reportedly arrested by the police on the third day of their protest.
The makers of the show, however, seem unperturbed by the threat and the shooting is not disrupted yet.