Bigg Boss 16 contestant Sajid Khan has been lashed out often by celebs and netizens since he entered into the controversial reality show. One of the main reasons is the #metoo allegations against him. What adds more is his biasedness and ugly actions inside the show. Uorfi Javed, who had earlier spoken about the filmmaker’s entry into the show and even criticised him frequently, has once again lashed out at him.
Well, we all are aware that the show will have its finale next month and fans have already started rooting hard for their favourite contestants. Bigg Boss OTT’s Uorfi Javed recently shared a clip of Sajid Khan where he asks MC Stan to hit Archana Gautam. She also said that the director has shown his true colours on national TV rather than trying to clear his image.
The social media sensation took to her Instagram handle today with a strongly opposing post for the #metoo accused Sajid Khan slamming him for encouraging his Bigg Boss 16 co-contestant to use violence. The video she shared was from the latest episode in which Archana and Mc stan got into a heated argument during the captaincy task.
Along with the video, Uorfi wrote a caption, “SAJID KHAN THOUGHT ENTERING BIGG BOSS WOULD CLEAR HIS IMAGE…BUT DAYUM… HE SHOWED HIS TRUE COLOURS. HE IS PROVOKING HIM TO GO HIT A FELLOW CONTESTANT…HIS PERSONALITY STINKS!”
Several users commented demanding Sajid Khan’s ouster from Bigg boss 16, which was already done quite a few times before too. A user wrote, “Sajid is endangering his own image being inside the house.” Another user commented, “Just remove him as he will keep disappointing us.”
For the unversed, Uorfi Javed was a contestant in the digital version of this show, Bigg Boss OTT, which was hosted by Karan Johar. She is always in the news due to her bizarre dressing sense and bold looks. The actress was also featured in the latest season of MTV’s Splitsvilla.
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