It has come out in the open on how much former Indian cricketer Sreesanth earns per week in the current season of Hindi Bigg boss. In the season 12 of Big boss hosted by Bollywood actor Salman Khan, which has been going on with fights, controversies, and sensational stuff, cricketer Sreesanth has been one of the major contestants.
Immediately as he entered the house, he had an argument with another contestant named SOmy Khan, and he had threatened that he will exit the house, but however, there are questions on why he has not exited so far.
Now it has been revealed that he is the one who is receiving most pay package among all contestants. Sreesanth has been paid more than 50 lakhs reportedly per week itself, and it has been said that since the TV CHannel had explained to him that he is the one paid highest, he did not exit the show, as exiting half way would lead to a penalty of 50 lakhs as well.
Sabarimala protest area becomes warzone! The police forces have come down heavily against the people protesting against women entering Sabarimala temple, as today they lathi charged and heavily attacked the protesters. After the sensational Verdict on women entering Sabarimala temple was given, yesterday is the first time the temple is all set to be opened, and it is expected that some will be entering the temple yesterday evening.
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