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Bigg Boss set designer faces allegations for copying Matthew Mazzotta’s Flamingo Sculpture

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INDIA: The famous Indian reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ set designer faces plagiarism allegations for copying Matthew Mazzotta’s Flamingo Sculpture.

A theme-based reality show most popular in India is airing its 15th season hosted by Salman Khan. The show’s set is designed accordingly to themes by the producers, but this time the designer of the set of Big Boss is under fire for copying the American artist Matthew Mazzotta’s Flamingo Sculpture which is situated at the Tampa International Airport in Florida.

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However, the original sculpture cost around a whopping amount of 3- crores and is 21-foot long. A digital content creator on Instagram pointed this out and shared pictures of both the sculptures, calling the BB version, ‘Bad version’. Moreover, the original artist Mathew had revealed the first look of his sculpture earlier in 2020, sharing it on his Instagram account.

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Meanwhile, in the Bigg Boss reality show different celebrities from different parts of India are made to live in a house together with no contact with the outside world and each of the contestants makes his best to not get evicted by performing well.