The latest episode of Bigg Boss 14 was quite a dramatic one as we saw Salman Khan taking class of the housemates. While the megastar bashed Rakhi Sawant for crossing the line and using foul and abusive language in the show, he also took class of another housemates for their behaviour in the class. The Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai also questioned Rakhi Sawant for claiming that the megastar is biased towards some contestants. While the megastar was firm on his point, we do feel that he was quite over the top in bashing the contestants. Well, we would like to know your opinion on it through your votes.
Recently, Bollywood writer Gautam Hegde slammed Salman Khan for her support towards Rakhi Sawant, when she pulled the strings of Abhinav’s shorts. The writer wrote on Instagram, “This weekend was probably the worst episode of Bigg Boss. There have been episodes before where the host has sounded biased towards someone or the other, but this time, I could not see how they chose to shrug off something as serious as harassment and make the victim sound like someone seeking attention and worse, they tried to convince him that he was visible to the audience because of these antics.”
View this post on Instagram
He added, “Abhinav Shukla is a perfectly behaved gentleman, and no one can take that away from him- the viewers who watch the show, and whoever has worked with him or knows him will vouch for it. Initially on the show, he came across as ‘boring’ and ‘did not give content’ and someone who ‘spoke about science’ and that was mocked at. Then they mocked at him for piggybacking on his wife’s ticket to the show. But he just kept his head held high and kept going. He was the right contestant for the wrong show, but he slowly picked up the ropes.”
Stay tuned to BollywoodLife for the latest scoops and updates from Bollywood, Hollywood, South, TV and Web-Series.
Click to join us on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Instagram.
The post Bigg Boss 14: Do you think Salman Khan went a little over the top in bashing housemates? Vote now appeared first on World Weekly News.