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Model allegedly claims Bigg Boss 9 Casting Director demanded Rs 20 lakh or personal favors

A Mumbai-based model and actress Arshi Khan has allegedly claimed that a senior official associated with the casting and selection of participants or contestants for Bigg Boss 9, had demanded Rs 20 lakh in order to make it to the controversial reality show.

The popular reality show on ColorsBigg Boss has been mired in some controversy or the other each year. This year, Arshi Khan’s allegations are not surprising and the same allegations were raised in the past as well by others.

According to sources, the casting director was in touch with an event organizer based in Indore and Mumbai and was even offering official contracts to prospective participants who were ready to pay Rs 15 to 20 lakh to participate in the show.

 

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