Most of the time, Bigg Boss is being reviewed by its previous contestants on social media. Former contestants like Kamya Punjabi, Vindu Dara Singh, Manu Punjabi are among many who keep sharing their opinions about the show on their Twitter handle. Well, now another contestant shared his point of view on Twitter and he the evicted contestant of Bigg Boss 14, Shehzad Deol. The Punjabi singer took to his micro-blogging site and shared that he is disappointed with Eijaz Khan's behaviour during the previous luxury budget task. Deol said that it is not done to ask someone to remove their pants on national television. The someone in question is Jaan Kumar Sanu. During the task, Eijaz who was the devil asked Jaan to remove his pants and shirt.
Reacting to the same, Deol tweeted, "Finally catching up on Bigg Boss. Tasks are important in the Bigg Boss house but @KhanEijaz disappointed with your behaviour. Asking someone to remove their pants on national television is just not done!" Furthermore, Eijaz had even asked Jaan to dip his hand inside the toilet pot and to shave his beard in order to win the task. When he was in the house, Deol who was close to Eijaz and considered him to be a brother was disappointed with him when he flipped his game during nominations and named Deol for eviction.
Shehzad was heartbroken and felt that Eijaz backstabbed him. With this, he even went on to tell the other housemate Pavitra Punia who was very close to Eijaz Khan that he can flip any moment and told her that he is not at all trustworthy. He even went on to compare him to a snake and said the former is more dangerous.
Finally catching up on Bigg Boss. Tasks are important in the Bigg Boss house but @KhanEijaz disappointed with your behaviour. Asking someone to remove their pants on national television is just not done!— Shehzad Deol (@DeolShehzad) November 7, 2020
Image source: Instagram/ shehzaddeol
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