The former contestant of Bigg Boss 11 Vikas Guppta has been on truth-telling spree. Vikas is now sharing all the hidden secrets with his Instagram followers and most of them are quite shocking that directly made headlines. He has been calling out people who gave him a tough time and made him suffer including names like Parth Samthaan, Priyank Sharma and Shilpa Shinde. He also confessed openly that he is bisexual and revealed that he falls in love with a human, regardless of their gender. This time, Guppta shared another video where he revealed that he will be sharing all the mistakes with his followers under VGyaan. Not only the mistakes, he also mentioned that he will be sharing the things he has learnt in his journey.
In the recent video, Vikas is heard saying that it is not necessary to learn lessons from one's mistakes, one also needs to learn by seeing other's mistakes as well. Sharing the small clip on his feed, he backed it with, "This is my way for giving it back the love I have been getting #sonamwangchuk VGyaan No one got me prepared for the real world. So I made mistakes and I got hurt. What ever I have learnt on my journey and I continue to do so will now be shared under #Vgyaan with all of you. It’s always superb to learn from someone’s else mistake #vikasgupta #Lostsouls #lifelessons #precious #quarantinelife #share Please share your experiences as well so that VGyaan can keep increasing #outandabout to change my world #bekind."
Meanwhile, Vikas Guppta recently requested the makers of Sushant Singh Rajput's film Dil Bechara to not release the film OTT, just like fans. He wrote, "Please put a post And tweet Requesting them to release #DilBechara in cinema halls whenever they open. We will Request only. Power of good can change a lot." He also asked everyone to use the hashtag ReleaseDilBecharaINTheatre when they make a post.
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