Bigg Boss Season 3 has ended with Rahul Sipligunj winning the title despite of all the money, efforts and #ThisTimeWoman promotional campaigns that Anchor Sreemukhi, her team, her friends and family ran on social media, TVCs and theatrical ads.
Despite all her efforts ending up fruitless, the crazy anchor is finding support in Telugu Film Industry.
Anchor Jhansi made satirical comments on Social media. She wrote in Telugu on Instagram, "Even in a country like America, women are not being elected as President, how can we expect Indian households to give a lady title. I congratulate Sreemukhi for being brave and she performed all her tasks to the best of her abilities. To me, she is the winner!"
Sreemukhi shared it on her story and thanked Jhansi for supporting her. Well, Jhansi seems to be steering the point in a controversial way.
While people do agree that Bigg Boss season 2 title should have gone to singer Geetha Madhuri and not Kaushal Manda, this kind of purview that Sreemukhi lost because she is a woman seems to negate all the wisdom of viewers who followed her journey in the show for 105 days.
In fact, Rahul who seemed to be least favorite for the title, got more attention from public because of his direct rivalry with Sreemukhi in the show.
She did mend her relationship with him but these kind of comments will just increase the divide more than really building a bridge of realisation among public.
In any case, Sreemukhi and her family friends are enjoying holiday. Previous contestants and winners proved that Bigg Boss gives you opportunities and fame but it is hard to sustain. Not even one could build a career out of the popularity. Hope, we see difference in the situation at least, this time around.