No ‘Bigg Boss’ for Ameesha


Actress Ameesha Patel, who made it to the rumoured list of contestants of eighth season of “Bigg Boss”, is not pleased at all. She says she will never participate in the reality show.

She rose to fame post the release of “Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai” in 2000, but lately her career has come to a standstill. But `Bigg Boss` is not what she is looking at to revive her career.

`4 all those free people who have nothing betr to do than to spread rumors…I’m not gonna b in bigg boss 8 9 10 11 12 or any big boss (sic),` she tweeted Sunday.

She is working on her production “Desi Magic” and promises her followers that its teaser will be unveiled soon.

`I suggest u target someone else…Desi Magic work is gng on n we will come soon with the teaser…we don’t owe u explanations of our work,` she tweeted.

Her brother Ashmit Patel had participated in `Bigg Boss 4` and was in the news for his link-up with co-contestant and Pakistani actress Veena Malik.

Manosn mr ��Ȟ�d a complaint against Aamir, producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra and promoters of the film under section 292 of the IPC, for obscenity. Manoj Kumar said, “When I received a copy of the newspaper I was shocked with the poster. Newspaper reaches crores of people, including children and the elderly.”

In Mumbai a talking standee of the poster was removed from the front of a theatre after a group of women alleged that it was too obscene to display in public. Most recently, Congress party MLA from Ville Parle, Mumbai, Krishna Hegde took it upon himself to ‘clothe’ the poster. He and a group of his followers put a t-shirt and a shorts on a ‘PK’ poster.   MLA Krishna Hegde said, “Aamir Khan is a good actor and hosts Satyameva Jayate. These posters are distasteful and against Indian culture. They create a wrong impression in the minds of families and youngsters who consider him an icon.” However he was quick to clarify that it was not an attempt at moral policing but sending out a message that such posters are not necessary to bring publicity to a popular actor like Aamir Khan.

Aamir Khan on the other hand has defended the poster by saying it is ‘key art’. The actor has said, “When you (audience) will watch the film then only you will be able to understand the idea behind (the poster). But I would just like to say that the kind of filmmaker, the kind of writer Rajkumar is, he always tries to present the things, his thinking, in a unique way and that’s why I am his huge fan.”