New Delhi: Rahul Mahajan, one of the celebrity inmates on the reality television show Bigg Boss, is out of the show.
Rahul, the son of slain BJP leader Pramod Mahajan and one of the most popular and controversial House inmates, was asked to leave the show when he refused to apologise for breach of discipline.
Rahul along with other inmates Raja Choudhary, Zulfi Sayed and Ashutosh Kaushik had attempted to jump out of the House by climbing the wall.
BOSS, THIS IS NOT DONE: Rahul Mahajan said he'd rather quit to saying sorry.
According to the rules of the show, no inmate is allowed to leave the House before the completion of the show or before he/she is voted out.
Rahul reportedly said, "I'd rather quit than apologise".
On Saturday, the four inmates jumped the walls of the Lonavala house they’ve been in for over 90 days, just because they had gotten tired of home-cooked food and wanted to eat outside.
The security team quickly jumped into action and made them return to the house. The four went back inside after five minutes of hanging around the gate.
Production House Endemol had assured action against the participants.
The episode of Rahul's exit will be aired on Colors on Tuesday night.
Former Bigg Boss inmate Sanjay Nirupam says he's not surprised by Rahul Mahajan's exit. " They are very indisciplined people. They don't value the rules of the