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Wondering what to watch after Bigg Boss 17 ends? These controversial OTT shows will keep you entertained...

As Bigg Boss 17, one of the most controversial shows, is nearing its end, we list some other show that you can watch if you're a fan of controversies.

Wondering what to watch after Bigg Boss 17 ends? These controversial OTT shows will keep you entertained...
Most controversial shows on OTT

Last Updated: 04.56 PM, Jan 27, 2024


Bigg Boss, hosted by Salman Khan, is undoubtedly one of the most controversial shows. When fans begin passing judgement on those who enter the house as contestants and engage in brutal fights, it garners a lot of attention. The grand finale of BB season 17 is all set to take place on Sunday, January 28, 2024. The episode will start at 6 pm, and the winner will be declared around midnight, per Colors TV.

Now, as Bigg Boss draws to a close, you may be wondering what you will watch in its place. Fret not for we've put together a list of controversial shows that you can watch in its place. 

Paatal Lok on Amazon Prime Video


The president of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, Manjinder Singh Sirsa, had brought up a specific instance of a Sikh man sexually abusing a woman. The Minister of Information and Broadcasting received a request for a series ban from Sirsa.

Aashram on MX Player

The negative portrayal of Hindu godmen cast a cloud over Bobby Deol's digital debut. Reportedly, Deol and director Prakash Jha were being sued for disparaging and fabricating references to Hindu gurus and the ashram culture.

Sacred Games on Netflix

With its semi-nude scenes, brutality, and political content, Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane's Sacred Games, one of the first Indian original web series, irritated a lot of people. A scene in the episode where Saif Ali Khan's character is shown throwing his kada into the river was the subject of multiple complaints. The same was interpreted as an act of contempt for the Sikh people.

A Suitable Boy on Netflix

Madhya Pradesh's home minister, Narottam Mishra, caused an unusual stir when he claimed that the show included a kissing scene involving a Muslim man and a Hindu woman. According to the minister, this promotes "love jihad." Additionally, the show is chastised for encouraging religious division. 

Hasmukh on Netflix

Vir Das' web series ran into serious legal problems since a lot of lawyers felt that their image and reputation were damaged by the way they were portrayed in the show.

Delhi Crime on Netflix

The Shefali Shah and Rasika Dugal starrer show, which was based on the 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape, got into legal difficulty when the Vasant Vihar SHO said that a character in the show that was based on him was presented to be careless and lethargic.