Kumar Sanu's son, Jaan Kumar Sanu is going strong inside the Bigg Boss 14 house. His half-sister, Shannon K, who is also a american singer and songwriter, has extended support for her brother.
Shannon joined us for a video chat, this morning and shared her views on Jaan's participation in the controversial reality show and also spoke about what kind of equation they share with each other.
Talking to us exclusively, Shannon K revealed that she is unable to watch the show as she is abroad but she is definitely catching up glimpses on social media.ALSO READ Bigg Boss 14 Contestant Jaan Kumar Sanu: 'My Family Is Known For Being Hot Tempered' - EXCLUSIVE
"Unfortunately, I don't have the access to watch the show here, but I have heard a lot about it. I have seen it on Instagram and everything and I feel he is doing great. He is an incredible singer and I wish him the best for Bigg Boss and the future," Shannon said. ALSO READ Bigg Boss 14: Kumar Sanu's Son Jaan Reveals His Parents Separated When His Mom Was Six Months Pregnant; Speaks Of Father's Absence During Childhood
Jaan in the very second episode shaved his hair while completing the task given by Gauahar Khan who has entered the house as one of the Toofani seniors and this not only left housemates and audiences impressed but his sister Shannon also found it very brave. She added, "I saw that clip on Instagram and I must say that was a very great thing to do. I mean if someone tries to chop off my hair I will be like stay back and I guess he is very brave to do that."
The popular singer also confessed she wants to meet and have a conversation with him in future, "Actually, I have never met him and never had a conversation. But like I said before I have heard a lot about him through our people. And now, everybody will get to see him and his personality through Bigg Boss. So, hopefully in future we will meet and have conversations."
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