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Default TOP 10 Most Controversial Contestants in the History of Bigg Boss Tamil All Seasons ever

Bigg Boss Tamil has established itself as one of the most controversial and popular television reality shows. Hosted by Kamal Hassan, the show is set to have its new season. Ahead of the same, here is a list of some of the most controversial contestants in the history of Bigg Boss Tamil.

​Aishwarya Dutta

Aishwarya Dutta had caused ruckus inside the house during Hitler roleplay in the house. She also chucked rubbish on her co-contestant Thaadi Balaji during a heated argument. Aishwarya passed on a racist remark on her co-contestant Riythvika calling her "Chennai dog". (photo:Instagram)

​Vanitha Vijayakumar

Vanitha Vijayakumar is definitely one of the most controversial contestants of the reality show. She was reportedly the reason behind the maximum number of fights inside the house. Based on the complaint filed by her ex-husband under charges of kidnapping her daughter, cops visited the Bigg Boss house premises to conduct an enquiry with Vanitha. (photo:Instagram)


Saravanan, a popular actor of the 1990’s was a controversial contestant ever since his entry to the house. Saravanan made a shocking confession in one of the weekend episodes of the show. He disclosed that he had the habit of molesting women in crowded buses. This created national level uproar and was eventually evicted from the show for his acts and comments on women. (photo:Instagram)

​Maria Juliana

Needless to say, the Bigg Boss show makes or breaks the image of the contestants. One such contestant, who faced an adverse image makeover is Juliana. She entered the house with the popularity she had already gained for raising slogans during the Jallikattu protest. Later, she was reportedly caught doctoring the statements and fabricating the truth. (photo:Instagram)

​Meera Mitun

The model-turned-actress Meera has become very popular after her participation in Bigg Boss Tamil season 3. When she stayed in the Bigg Boss house fights with her co-contestants. Outside of the Bigg Boss house, Meera was mired in many controversies. A case of cheating was filed against her, when she was in the house. The Madras High Court granted anticipatory bail to Meera later. (photo:Instagram)


Madhumitha, who is known for playing comical roles in Tamil films like Oru Kal Oru Kannadi, Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara, Dikkilona, Viswasam, among others. She was among the controversial contestants. She was seen criticizing other contestants on the basis of Tamil language and culture. (photo:Instagram)

Balaji and Nithya

Actor Thaadi Balaji and his wife Nithya had some issues and the couple was living separately. Interestingly, both of them entered as the contestants in the reality show Bigg Boss Tamil. The show served as an opportunity for the couple to patch up but they were often seen getting into serious arguments inside the house. (photo:Instagram)

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