Bigg Boss 14 only just began a few days ago, and already certain controversial stories of the contestants’ pasts have made their way to the Internet. Pavitra Punia and her ex-boyfriend Paras Chhabra hit the headlines after Paras claimed that she was married while she was dating him. In a recent episode of Bigg Boss 14, Pavitra opened up about her relationship with ex-boyfriend Pratik Sehajpal and called him aggressive. She said that they ended their relationship as she felt Pratik was too young, and also talked about an incident in which he punched a wall, leaving his hand bleeding.
Now, Pratik Sehajpal has reacted to this and has said that Pavitra did not want him to do bold scenes. While speaking to Times Of India, Pratik revealed that they got into a huge fight after he was offered a role where he had to do an intimate scene with his co-star. “These bold scenes have become so common in today’s times and I am here to make my career. But trust me, I had refused the role and even told Pavitra about me turning it down,” he said. Pratik also added that the perspective in this wasn’t wrong and that it happens in love when one is too possessive.
Pratik further stated that he is aggressive, yes, but so is Pavitra, and then when two such aggressive people meet, there is bound to be an explosion. “I remember she threw and broke a few things in her house- flower vase, table- when we quarreled once at her house. To give vent to my frustration, I went down and punched the wall; my hand started bleeding."
Meanwhile, on Bigg Boss 14, Pavitra, while speaking about Pratik Sehajpal, said, “"Mere se chhote bhi ho aap. Ab isko mera baddapan samajh lo ya fir understanding samajh lo, mera aapke sath rehna aapke career ke liye galat tha kyuki mai possessive hoke, mai kisi chiz ko naa pasand karke, aapka kam nahi suffer karwaungi.” Read more about it here.
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