Now here�۪s something to make Sony researchers red with embarrassment.
Former cricketers turned actor, Salil has been ordered by a Bombay High Court NOT to participate in any programmes for any production house that is a rival to Balaji Telefilms.
Salil�۪s troubles with Balalji Telefilms began when they recently dragged him to the high court. According to an official and confidential contractual agreement between Ankola and Balalji Telefilms in June 2006, the actor had submitted, in writing, that he would not act in any television show on any channel apart from those produced by Balaji Films. Under the terms and conditions of the agreement, he was not allowed to act in programs or television serials made by any other production house or channel that “directly or indirectly compete with Balaji Telefilms”. Didn�۪t Sony know this?!
So what happens now? Will Salil Ankola leave the Bigg Boss house as of immediate effect? Will Sony terminate his contract? How will the other contestants react to this decision? What legal implications does this have for Sony? Will India win the World Cup in 2007?!
Where do we begin! All these questions (apart from the last one!) will be answered soon right here on Bigg Boss!