Kamal Haasan’s ‘Bigg Boss’ has been in the limelight for a variety of reasons. Now, a 28-year-old man named Ibrahim Shaik who worked as a plumber at the Bigg Boss reality show died due to seizure on Tuesday night.
According to a leading website, a plumber from Mumbai died on the show’s sets recently after suffering a brain disorder. The plumber, who had been staying on the sets on the show along with a team of workers, collapsed on Tuesday night after complaining of ill-health. He was soon rushed to a hospital. However, he had already passed away by the time doctors could do anything.
Ibrahim Shaik is from Mumbai and has been stationed at the Bigg Boss sets from the past 30 odd days. He along with a team of workers were staying at the Bigg Boss sets without any access to phones.
Naserth Pet police filed a case against the mysterious death of Kaleen Ibrahim Sheik and the inquiry is going on.
Kamal Haasan’s ‘Bigg Boss’ has been in the limelight for a variety of reasons. Shortly after it went on air, a Chennai-based activist group asked the authorities to ban the reality show and arrest the ‘Ulaga Nayagan’. Explaining its demands, the group said that ‘Bigg Boss’ was an insult to Tamil culture. To make matters worse, a political leader recently filed a defamation suit against Haasan for failing to apologise for a derogatory word used by one of the contestants.