For those who have been ardent fans of India’s most controversial reality show Bigg Boss, the news of show’s host and Bollywood megastar Salman Khan being biased towards a particular contestant is no news. Time and again, season after season, the audience can figure out who is on the good books of the superstar and who is not. Ever since Season 13 has begun, not just the fans but also ex-contestants have accused Salman Khan of favoring Shehnaaz Gill.

However, tables turned when Salman Khan went all out to support Sidharth Shukla and accused the whole house of ganging up against him. He particularly scolded Mahira Sharma for targeting Sidharth and picking unnecessary fights with him. When Mahira broke down and started crying, he went forward and called her a nautanki (drama queen).

Soon after the episode got aired, Twitter stood divided on Salman Khan’s behaviour. While ex Bigg Boss winner Gauahar Khan expressed that she feels like she is watching some other show altogether, fans started trending hashtags like #BiasedBB, #BiasedHostSalmanKhan and #BiasedHostSalman. A user on social media has stated that what Salman did to Mahira on Weekend Ka Vaar is disgusting and no short of bulling. The fact that he will get away with it is disgusting. Another user has said that while Mahira may not be completely right but she doesn’t deserve the bashing every weekend.

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Miffed by Salman Khan’s comments, Mahira Sharma could be later seen saying to Paras Chhabra that she will not say anything to Sidharth Shukla anymore since no matter what he does because it appears as if she is targeting him.

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Let’s see who blinks first 🖤

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