Bigg Boss 14: Ex contestant Srishty targets Rakhi for pulling Abhinav’s shorts string

Srishty Rode shared her thoughts on Rakhi Sawant’s behaviour towards Abhinav Shukla on Bigg Boss 14 and called it unfair. She has mentioned that rather than Abhinav, Bigg Boss should have asked Rakhi to be within limits.
Bigg Boss 14: Ex contestant Srishty targets Rakhi for pulling Abhinav’s shorts string
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The current season 14 of the reality show Bigg Boss has been in the headlines since its starting. The show which rules the controversies had it all this time - be it love angles, fights, or former contestants’ entries, the show grabbed all the limelight. In fact, the current season was also trolled for being highly dominated by former contestants like Rakhi Sawant, Vikas Gupta, Aarshi Khan, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Hina Khan, Gauahar Khan, and Abhinav Shukla. And now, Bigg Boss 14 is inching to closer and tomorrow the winner will be announced.

Amid this, former Bigg Boss contestant Srishty Rode, who was a part of Bigg Boss 12, shared her thoughts on the current season’s contestants. During her conversation with Times of India, Srishty targeted Rakhi Sawant and said she should have been warned by the Bigg Boss about staying within the limits. To note, Srishty was referring to Rakhi Sawant pulling Abhinav Shukla’s shorts string which had created a lot of uproar as Rakhi was also trolled on social media. To recall, fans had referred to her acts as cheap entertainment and even Rubina Dilaik also shouted at her for crossing the line.

To recall, Srishty Rode was part of season 12 and she also mentioned that her season was very boring. She said that her season was a mix of celebrities and commoners which is why she did not get much chance to show her side.  While Srishty regretted being part of season 12, she also said that she would love to return to the show once again.

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