Hosting Bigg Boss is not as easy as it appears to be. This is the reason why superstars are signed up for the job.
However, compromises were made when NTR walked out of the second season of Bigg Boss Telugu citing dates issues. So Nani has replaced him at the last minute and eyebrows were raised at their choice.
There’s no denying that Nani is a good actor and has a very good following among the family audience (Television audience). However, he lacks the charm and superstardom possessed by NTR or any other actor that hosts Bigg Boss in various languages.
Nani took up the challenge of filling in the big shoes of NTR and has been trying his best to shut the wagging tongues.
Somehow, Nani couldn’t take command over the show as yet. A few housemates don’t even fear talking to him. In fact a few like Tejaswi are addressing him without respect and also cracking jokes at him.
The contestants used to be very respectful while interacting with Tarak, but we see the second season contestants sitting cross legged and addressing him as Nani and not Nanigaru.
Nani also behaves as if he is inferior to activist Babu Gogineni. He always talks to him with due respect and doesn’t disagree with him on any point.
Nani never pointed out the faults of Tejaswi who is surely the ‘bad girl’ in the house. While he uses stern voice while addressing not so known people like Ganesh, Kireeti and Deepthi Sunaina, his interaction with Tejaswi and Tanish clearly gives away his soft corner towards them.
Nani’s soft approach in dealing with Tejaswi has been the topic of the weekend. He is being abused by many on his social media accounts for the same.
He should start mixing aggressive and passive approach so that housemates respect him as well as feel friendly enough to share their problems with him. One thing that is appreciable about Nani is adapting to the conditions according to public opinion.
Can he correct his mistakes in the next weekend and show Tejaswi who the boss is?