The two have been often spotted conversing in Malayalam inside the house where only Tamil is allowed as the medium of conversation
Last Updated: 10.29 AM, Oct 29, 2022
It's been almost three weeks since the sixth edition of Bigg Boss Tamil began and fans are finally getting to see the 'true colours' of people in the house. While Vikraman, Shivin and Dhanalakshmi have become the crowd favourites, for speaking their mind and for standing up against Azeem's disgusting behaviour, two other contestants have been receiving flak for constantly conversing in their mother tongue, Malayalam. The contestants in question are Sherina and Aysha.
Sherina is already being brutally trolled after her fall inside the dollhouse task. Many have termed it bad acting. In the meantime, She and Aysha constant chitchats in Malayalam has not gone down well with the audience and clamour against the violation of rules is growing louder by the day. According to the Bigg Boss house rule, only Tamil is allowed as the medium of conversation.
A viewer wrote on his social media handle, "@ikamalhaasan @vijaytelevision pls do something they're continuously talking in Malayalam.. no hate on Malayalam..bt this is Tamil show..and there's a limit..#Ayesha #Sherina #BiggBossTamil6 #Biggbosstamil #biggboss6tamil (sic)."
A user called Keerthana wrote, "Appo malayalam la pesa koodathu nu therinje dha pesaringa? Do al the audience look like fools watching the show? Hightime they both get a warning!#BiggBossTamil6 #Ayesha #sherina @vijaytelevision will BB not look into this?btr 2 snd thm so they can talk malayalam happily! (sic)."
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In the meantime, Asal is also being called out for being too 'touchy' with the women in the house. Earlier a video of Asal biting Nivashini did the rounds, and now another video in which he is seen keeping his legs over Queency has surfaced on the internet. In the meantime, audiences have been requesting the show's host Kamal Haasan and Bigg Boss to evict both Asal and Azeem for spoiling the decorum in the house.