If you have watched the famous TV reality show Bigg Boss 4, you must have noticed that couples always fall apart on the show. It seems the reality TV show makers in this country have realized that nothing rakes in more TV viewership than breakups.
Courting controversies has turned into passion for entertainment industry. It is perhaps the best way to get some free publicity from the media. As for Bigg Boss 4, the TRP ratings are up there in the sky.
The celebrities in Bigg Boss 4 are not really that famous - some of them have been involving in controversies all their life and some of them were a part of B-grade films in the past. But none of the inmates in the Bigg Boss house can call themselves the real deal.
Right now, the 3-year-old relationship between Sara and Ali is at stake because of her liaisons with the handsome hunk Ashmit Patel. Ali was visibly upset after seeing the growing chemistry between Sara and Ashmit, so, he entered the Bigg Boss house to clear things up with his lady love.
During the last season of Bigg Boss, we saw Bakhtayaar Irani fight with his wife Tanaaz. The Indian TV audience likes to peep into people"s personal lives. It is turning out to be a 'relationship breaker." The voyeurism endorsed by Bigg Boss has raises a big question - do we really want to see people break up and have affairs on TV?
Shows like Bigg Boss 4 try to sensationalise simple human emotions, as the inmates have made a mockery of love, to say the least. Despite saying that, we are the ones, who tune into such shows every night to get our share of voyeuristic pleasures.