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Gauahar Khan on Bigg Boss OTT: “Everyone is enjoying playing the women’s card by saying ‘ladkiyon ke saath badtameezi mat karo, aurat se aise baat mat karo'”

 

Gauahar Khan, a well-known celebrity in Bollywood and television, has visited the Bigg Boss stage on several occasions. She was the seventh season’s winner, and she also featured on BB14 with Sidharth Shukla and Hina Khan as one of the Toofani Seniors. Gauahar, on the other hand, has always been a die-hard fan of the reality show and never misses one episode. SpotboyE had the opportunity to speak with her about the most recent season of Bigg Boss OTT, and here’s what she had to say.

“I am watching the show as I can’t miss Bigg Boss. It’s too early to like or dislike anybody. But I find one thing really funny this season that inside people are trying to portray Pratik as the villain but he is not really the villain. He is somebody who is cool and made his presence feel in the very first week. And I have realised that everyone is enjoying playing the women’s card by saying ‘ladkiyon ke saath badtameezi mat karo, aurat se aise baat mat karo’. But similar instructions are not being given to the ladies inside. Aurat cheekhegi, chilayegi ya gaali degi to chalega,” Gauahar told the portal.

“In fact, he has been abused by Divya Agarwal, Ridhima Pandit and Shamita has also said harsh things to him. But Pratik has not abused anybody till now. Usne kisiko ek bhi gaali nahi di hai abtak. Nahi kisi ki family ke baare mein kuch kahan hai. I know this is too early to judge somebody’s nature and that too on one week’s performance but he is doing good. In the episodes often Karan Nath stands and tells him badtmeezi kam kar awaaz kam kar but ladki bhi to equally cheekh rahi hai use koi kuch nahi bol raha hai. So I find this thing really silly. I think for now he stands out but let’s see what happens to go ahead,” she added.

Talking about the host Karan Johar, Gauahar said, “He is bang on. I know he has a lot to prove as it’s Salman Khan’s legacy. But I think he was too good. I loved the way he took people’s classes and the way he handled everything. I enjoyed watching him thoroughly.”

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