Reality shows often bring out intense emotions and unexpected challenges, and Bigg Boss 17 was no exception. Contestant Anurag Dobhal recently revealed a distressing experience on the show, where he was subjected to a ‘Walk of Shame’ activity. As the details unfold, it sheds light on the emotional toll reality TV can take on participants and the potential consequences of their actions within the confined walls of the Bigg Boss house.

Anurag Dobhal’s revelation about the ‘Walk of Shame’ activity has sent shockwaves through the Bigg Boss 17 audience. As per Anurag, the makers of the show held an activity in the show, where he was made to walk while the housemates yelled ‘shame, shame.’ He also revealed that none of this was telecasted on the actual show but he wants to put this out now that he is out of the BB17 house. This humiliating event, orchestrated by the show’s makers, aimed to address Anurag’s perceived unruly behaviour and disrespect towards the Bigg Boss platform. The makers decided to use this activity as a tool to address his behaviour, indicating that the contestant had crossed a line that warranted public censure from both housemates and viewers.

Anurag Dobhal’s revelation about the ‘Walk of Shame’ on Bigg Boss 17 offers a poignant glimpse into the complex dynamics of reality television. While these shows aim to entertain, they also expose participants to public scrutiny, emotional distress, and unexpected consequences for their actions.