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Bigg Boss 11: Ravi Dubey slams Hina Khan for her comments against Karan Wahi and Ritwik Dhanjani

Bigg Boss 11: Ravi Dubey slams Hina Khan for her comments against Karan Wahi and Ritwik Dhanjani
Written by Abhishek Rana

Hina Khan has become one of the most controversial contestants of Bigg Boss 11, and that’s less because of her behavior in the house, but whatever comments she has given for people outside it. Now, Ravi Dubey has now slammed the actress for her comments about her co-contestants in Khatroon Ke Khiladi, Rithvik Dhanjani and Karan Wahi. In a video released from the show, Hina is seen telling Vikas that she got to the finale because of her mental strength, and not physical abilities. She also said that body builders like Rithvik and Karan were not able to win the show because they did not have “Mental Strength” that was needed for the tasks.

In a tweet, Ravi said that he is “very disappointed in Hina Khan’s POV about my friends, I have witnessed everyone’s journey in Khatroon ke Khiladi, and Ritwik Dhanjani and Karan Wahi were my heroes in the show, they fought with earnestness and grace and overcame their fears quite like you. And that’s what the show was about”

His recent comments have already been retweeted more than a thousand times and people who oppose Hina have now more fuel to attack her and her fans. It must be noted that Hina has been known to comment on other people, sometimes condescending to them, like she said that Guahar Khan has less followers than her on Twitter, and that Sakshi Tanwar doesn’t have perfectly aligned eyes.

Hina’s comments on the women who work in the south Indian film industries were highly controversial, as she had claimed that the producers hire women who are “Bulky” and she didn’t want to become too fat for any movie. It is yet to be seen what kind of reaction and explanation Hina is going to give when she finally comes out of the house, but for now, her comments have made more people upset outside of the house than inside.

 

 

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Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.

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