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Bigg Boss 16: Karan Johar gets trolled for turning the host of the show, here’s why!


Since Archana Gautam assumed the role of house captain in the Bigg Boss 16 house, the goal of the Bigg Boss contestants became to bring her down, but Shiv Thakare and the entire gang have turned against it and have been doing everything they can to do so. While watching Weekend Ka Vaar, we saw Karana Johar confront Gori Nagori for making offensive remarks about Archana Gautam. Although Archana was obliquely referred to as a prostitute, what Karan did was totally correct, but the internet community criticises him for being biassed because he only spoke to Gori. Check out the choices made by internet users in this regard.

The netizens also felt Karan Johar was boring and he couldn’t take a proper stand against anyone accept Archana Gautam and declared her everyone’s favourite.

A user wrote, “Never seen such an idiotic host as #KaranJohar Bloody stupid is trying to just target gori, ignoring all the doings of Archana. #salmankhan needs to be back. #KaranJohar lunatic. Just harping on one thing, bloody move to a different topic you idiot Kjo. Wast of time
#BigBoss16 #”

Another one wrote, “Chutiya host #KaranJohar. He did not let anyone talk in support of #Gorinagori. #ArchanaGautamm was wrong and so does gori but the way Karan put things was so stupid.
#ShivThakare you are best.”

Bigg Boss 16 is back on track, and the viewers are suddenly enthralled by this contentious programme. While this weekend’s “Ka Vaar” fell short of expectations since Salman Khan was sorely missed.

Also read: Swara Bhasker slams producers who called her “Too Controversial”

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