Written byRanpreet Kaur ·
As much as 'Bigg Boss' enjoys a massive fan following, the truth is the fights inside the house are less decent than the ones we witness on roads.
Leave abuses, the contestants throw things (even piss), all to 'stand out'.
With the 12th season beginning in a few days, we thought to take you down memory lane of the disgust we were subject to.
Self-proclaimed godman Swami Om was one of the most controversial contestants in the history of 'Bigg Boss'.
He made everyone lose their cool after he threw his piss on Bani J and Rohan Mehra during an argument.
Yes! This did happen in reality and he was eliminated for his disgusting act.
I wonder if something like this ever happened in a roadside brawl.
BB9 was sheer torture and the audience witnessed insanity stooping to new levels.
Rishabh Sinha became the villain for making Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchant act like dogs on the show.
But much to everyone's surprise, the lady ended up spitting on Rishabh's food and water.
What a despicable act.
How can we forget the nasty act in 'Bigg Boss 7' where Kushal Tandon was made to drink dog's water during a task?
No matter how insane it may sound, it did happen during a task on the show where Kushal's opponent team asked him to do this hateful task. And he did.
Of course, he later vomited. Where's sanity, guys?
Kamal Rashid Khan is considered to be the most violent contestants, across all the seasons of BB.
During his stay in the house, he had several fights. But during an argument with Rohit Verma, KRK ended up throwing a bottle at Rohit.
While Rohit escaped it, Shamita Shetty got hurt in the incident.
Who loses cool like this on National television?
The fourth season of 'Bigg Boss' had Dolly Bindra fighting with the entire house. She got into a fight with all the contestants of the show.
But it was her fight with Manoj Tiwari and Shweta Tiwari that got her the title of the controversial contestant.
She even injured Shweta during a fight and her 'Baap pe mat jaana' is still (in)famous.
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