"It's a triumph for the Sena. But above all, it's a victory of nationalism. People used to watch Bigg Boss, but when they got something better quality wise, they shifted to it," stated Sena's spokesperson, Bharat Kumar Raut.
The Sena even got Colors, the channel that airs Bigg Boss, blocked from cable operators' bouquet of channels for a while for allowing Pakistani artist to participate in the show.
Raut claimed, "We did our job. Now it's the job of viewers to decide and they have decided on it. Even the channel (Colors) has apologised to Sena."