Shiv Thakare Exposed Bigg Boss Marathi 2, Said A Big Thing On The Winning Amount

Ashish Kumar Mishra
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Bigg Boss Marathi 2 Winner Shiv Thakare

TV’s famous controversial show Bigg Boss is very special for the audience. However, various things have come to light regarding the show many times. Recently, again, something similar was seen.

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Shiv Thakare Exposed

The only difference is that this time, the target is the second season of Bigg Boss Marathi, which Shiv Thakare won. However, now the show’s winner, Shiv Thakare, has made a big revelation about the show, surprising most people.

 

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More Than Half Of The Winning Amount Was Deducted – Shiv

Recently, in a podcast with Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa, Shiv Thakare talked about the show. During this, Shiv revealed that even though he had won the show, more than half of the winning amount was deducted, and he got a very small amount. Shiv said that the winning amount of the first show was Rs 25 lakh, but then, during the finale, there was a twist at the last minute, and the winner’s amount was increased to Rs 17 lakh, but this trend did not stop here and in the last only about Rs 11.5 lakh. Other facilities, such as the family’s flight ticket fare and clothing bills, were also reduced.

Life Changed After Bigg Boss 16

Let us tell you that after Bigg Boss Marathi 2, Shiv Thakare was also seen in Bigg Boss 16. Although he could not win the show, he emerged as the first runner-up. At the same time, in a recent podcast, Shiv said that after this, his life changed a lot, and he started earning money. Not only this but there also came a time when he got to do three reality shows, one after the other.

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