#WeekendKaVaar Updates— #BiggBoss_Tak👁️ (@BiggBoss_Tak) January 11, 2020
Salman khan also talked on Vishal- Madhurima Fights & chappal wala incident
Salman: What madhu did was wrong to throw sandals.
What vishal did was wrong by calling her names.
Then Vishal: Sir mere contract mai likha tha ki yeh nai aayegi..#BiggBoss_Tak
Ex-lovers Madhurima Tuli and Vishal Aditya Singh are locked in Bigg Boss 13 house and both of them are making each other and audiences miserable. Sometimes they fight and sometimes they act like lovers leaving everyone confused. This week we saw a very nasty fight between the two. Madhurima was so furious with Vishal that she threw chhapaal on him. It then got so bad that Vishal demanded from Bigg Boss that one of them should leave the show. Now, on Weekend Ka Vaar, Salman is going to address this scene.
As per the updates, Salman Khan is going to talk about this famous Chhapaal scene and say that what Madhurima did was wrong. But Salman will also say that Vishal instigated the fight by calling names to Madhurima. To this Vishal states that he is angry with the makers of the show as supposedly it was written in his contract that Madhurima will never enter the show. One can judge through this that they really had a bitter breakup.
Before Bigg Boss 13, Madhurima and Vishal were a part of a dance reality show and even then, they had dragged their past and fought in front of the judges. With the way, they behave in Bigg Boss 13 house, we wonder how long their relationship will go. (Also Read: Bigg Boss 13 UNSEEN UNDEKHA: Asim, Rashami, Vishal Discuss Life After BB, Plan A 'Breakfast' Date - Video)
Meanwhile, Salman Khan is going to blast Shehnaaz Gill for his behaviour over the past week. Salman will call her a jealous person and she will throw a fit saying that she wants to quit the show. She will go and sit near the door and pull a drama.
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