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High Court Grants Temporary Relief to Bigg Boss Organizers

High Court Grants Temporary Relief to Bigg Boss Organizers
High Court Grants Temporary Relief to Bigg Boss Organizers
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In what can be termed as a big respite to the Big Boss 3 Telugu show organizers, the Telangana High Court has issued directions not to arrest the organizers till the case hearing is complete. The High Court also directed the police to submit all the cases filed against the Big Boss 3 organizers.

The Court ordered them not to arrest the organizers and posted the case for hearing on Wednesday next week, which is the 24th of July. It is known to our readers that a woman journalist and an actress leveled accusations against organizers of demanding sexual favors. The Big Boss 3 show organizers had earlier filed a quash petition to dismiss the criminal cases.

Producer Kethireddy Jagadishwar Reddy filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) against the organizers in Telangana High Court. The Bigg Boss Telugu season three is scheduled to begin on July 21 on MAA TV. As many as 15 contestants will be participating in the show that lasts for 100 days. King Nagarjuna is hosting the third season while ntr and nani were the hosts for the Previous Seasons. 


High Court Grants Temporary Relief to Bigg Boss Organizers
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