Bigg Boss Tamil Season 3: Abhirami Venkatachalam, Sakshi Agarwal criticised for 'rude' remarks on Meera Mithun
The first edition of the Bigg Boss Season 3 saw model and actress Abhirami Venkatachalam, admitting that she has a crush on contestant Kavin
Even though the third season of Bigg Boss Tamil began on 23 June, the first episodes is already making waves on social media. Hosted by Kamal Haasan, the show features 15 contestants trapped in a glass-walled house facing constant scrutiny.
The first episode of Bigg Boss Tamil 3 saw model and actress Abhirami Venkatachalam, admitting she has a crush on contestant Kavin. Later, Sakshi Agarwal also joined the conversation revealing that she has been following the actor ever since he featured in the TV serial Saravanan Meenatchi.
Meanwhile, both Abhirami and Sakshi are facing the wrath of the netizens due to their rude behaviour towards co-contestant Meera Mithun. Some viewers have begun to believe that Abhirami might be the first person to be eliminated from the show.
Check out some of the reactions here:
Sakshi agarwal and abirami are doing too much. Irritating both #BiggBossTamil3
— Anitha (@Pathma02) June 25, 2019
Abhirami is so poisonous!
Sakshi too is! May be getting influenced!
What did Meera Mithun do to them?
How does it matter?
First her stupid fake Love.
Now the nasty character.
— Troll BiggBossTamil3 (@SeldomSaid) June 25, 2019
especially because they get other bigg boss members involved and tell the camera directly pic.twitter.com/I8QeXXW3NW
— kirthi (@KirthiM_) June 25, 2019
— Yaesar Arafath (@yaesararafath) June 25, 2019
— ☆ Jensila Sharon •ﾟ (@SharonJensila) June 25, 2019
-strategy well fixed to gain vijay tv's attention.
Today's show 70% about Abi Kavin & Sakshi.
— Dr.K (@kosilakatirber) June 25, 2019
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