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Bigg Boss 16: Gauahar Khan speaks on Archana Gautam’s behaviour in the house, says, “She needs a warning”

The Bigg Boss 16 drama will never end because the housemates are constantly in the news due to their conflicts, bonds, or other  ations.c The latest contestants to lock horns are Archana Gautam and Gori Nagori. The duo got into a bitter fight when Gori accused the young politician of stealing avocados. Archana couldn’t take her allegations and started the fight by saying she had not stolen anything.

Their quarrel became abusive as both of them targeted each other. Archana couldn’t control herself and threw water at Gori in a fit of rage. She also claimed that the dancer abused her. After the episode was telecasted, several users took to Twitter to express their disappointment with what happened.

Gauahar Khan said THIS on Archana’s actions in Bigg Boss house

We all know how active Gauhar Khan is on social media and also follows the show, being a winner from the previous season. The Shiksha Mandal actress pointed out Archana Gautam’s aggressive behaviour and lashed out at her for not staying within her limits. She strongly opposed her actions of throwing water on Gori Nagori.
In her tweet, Gauahar said, “Throwing water out of the task displays uncontrolled anger & Archana needs a warning. Kal ko haath mein garam tel hoga toh woh bhi fek dogi kya???? Needs to be warned. #bb16”

Meanwhile, Sreejita De was recently evicted from the show and expresses how she felt it was unfair. She also spoke about Gori’s vulgar gesture, justifying her ‘standardless’ comment on the dancer.

Do you agree with Gauahar Khan? Whom do you support, Archana or Gori? Will Archana receive punishment for her actions? Let’s see what happens next!

Also Check: Bigg Boss 16: Tina Datta receives compliments for her looks, her mother performs Nazar. Watch video!

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