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The News Minute | September 05, 2014 | 01.15 PM IST What goes around , comes around. Surely that line must have been written for Kumar Vishwas, one of the firebrand members of the Aam Aadmi Party. A post by The Frustrated Indian came up with this uncanny set of facts which put together is quite interesting. Kumar Vishwas’ name had been going around as one of the contenders to be a part of the hugely controversial yet popular reality show, Bigg Boss. Now that’s old news. He demanded Rs. 21 crore to take part in the show which he claimed was for a war widow fund. Of  that total amount Bigg Boss said they would pay him only Rs. 5 crore. The more important details that shouldn't be missed in all of this: 1. The Bigg Boss show runs on Colors channel. The Colors Channel is owned by a company called Viacom 18. Well, yeah, that’s great. 2. Now, Viamcom 18 is actually a joint venture between US-based Viacom media and Indian company TV 18. 3. Who is TV18 owned by? The great industrialist Mukesh Ambani-led company itself. 4. So, just to get this all clear, Kumar Vishwas has been demanding Rs. 21 crore to participate on a TV show that airs on a channel owned by a man his party (AAP) has been going on and on against with charges of money laundering and increased gas prices. The real question, though far-fetched, says The Frustrated Indian is, " Who is the real Ambani agent now?" Hence Proved ( as a mark of respect on Teachers' Day !)

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