Zarina Usmani, chairperson of the UP Women's Commission, has reportedly sought immediate action against the participants and the makers of "Bigg Boss 9".

Some "Bigg Boss 9" contestants have been branded high-school bullies by Salman Khan. Of the men in the house, Prince Narula and Suyyash Rai have often been reprimanded by the host for being rude and aggressive towards fellow participant Mandana Karimi.

The "Sultan" actor had said he doesn't appreciate such negativity, adding that it's really hurtful to see educated people go at each other at such an inappropriate manner.

Usmani was probably feeling the same way when she wrote a letter to the Information and Broadcasting Ministry in this regard.

"After various complaints on the content of Bigg Boss, I personally watched the show last week. And I was shocked to see how aggressive the boys on the show are, especially Suyyash Rai and Prince Narula," Usmani told The Times of India.

She added that she didn't appreciate the way Mandana was misbehaved with and threatened by some of her housemates.

"I have seen episodes where they have misbehaved and threatened Mandana Karimi. Bhavnatmak hinsa nahi kar sakte aap kisi ke saath bhi (You can't be emotionally violent with anyone). What kind of example are they setting?" she said.

Suyyash, during the "Zombies vs Humans" task, poked the Iranian beauty after she pushed his girlfriend Kishwer Merchantt. His threats continued until the next morning, and on one of the weekend episodes, he was made to apologise for what he had said.