Pamela Anderson, Salman Khan and the fans of reality show, Bigg Boss can heave a sigh of relief, at least for now. The Bombay High Court has granted a stay to a recent the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) order, thus allowing Bigg Boss to be aired at its current time at 9pm. Following the verbal abuses and adult content on the show, the MIB had asked the channel Colors to shift the reality show Bigg Boss from prime time to the late night slot of 11 pm. Colors had then filed a petition in the court on November 18, challenging the MIB’s decision. As a result, the court has decided to stay the MIB order until 22nd November.
The shift to the late night slot would have been disappointing for Pamela Anderson’s fans who waited eagerly to see the ‘Baywatch’ star’s entry on the show on Wednesday. On Thursday, Pamela was all ready to dance to Madhuri Dixit’s song ‘Dhak dhak karne laga’. Her fans are looking forward to see how the famous ‘Playboy’ model will cope with kitchen tasks today.
As we reported earlier the Information and Broadcasting Ministry had, on Wednesday, asked the shows, Big Boss and Rakhi Ka Insaaf, to be shifted to the post-11 pm slot following complaints from viewers and women groups that these shows were vulgar in their content and should not be aired during family viewing time.