The media seems quite miffed with the Bachchans. Few sources from Bollywoodlife.com reported that media have decided to boycott the Bachchans and not to take any pictures of pregnant Aishwarya Rai outside the hospital.
If we have a minute sneek peek, we would find that only Rediff.com carrying images of Aishwarya Rai walking into the Seven Hills Hospital. The rest of the media has apparently decided not to cover the occasion.
It seems that the media is badly hurt this time by the Bachchans and their insulting remarks against the press. It is believed that Amitabh Bachchan's recent tweets against media for it's speculations on Aishwarya's delivery have taken a nasty turn. Amitabh Bachchan posted, “This is sheer desperation – a desire to brush up their screenplay skills, of how to design stories to fill in as it were the hours of time required to be filled in for the channel. Digital facilities have given expanse to no limit of time and usage of film material. It is there by the millions and when over, deleted and started all over again. The still cameras are no less. Invading every possible breach to get something to sell off to the print and the net … and with attitude!"
After this, the Broadcast Editors" Association imposed innumerable restrictions on the media over Ash's delivery coverage that was an direct attack against the press by the Bachchans. Well, this isn't the first time Bachchans are making critical comments against media. Earlier in 2007, during Abhishek-Aishwarya's marriage, the media people were treated like dogs by the Bachchans. So, how can that be forgotten?
Bachchans, being Bollywood's first family, it is obvious to get extensive media response specially during their most auspicious occasion when the world's most desired lady is on her way towards motherhood.