Actor Eijaz Khan, who has been locked inside Bigg Boss 14 house as a contestant, is often seen talking about his love for dogs. The actor in one of the episodes also got emotional talking about his pets, who have been his family in this city.
Also, in a recent task while saving Pavitra Punia from nomination, he had to sacrifice the photo frame which had his dogs in it and while doing that we saw Eijaz breaking down. While Eijaz is inside, he keeps talking about them been taken care of by his closest friend, Sakshi Jhala. And while talking to us exclusively in a recent chat, Sakshi revealed how close and attached the dogs are with him.
Sharing the real story behind the dogs, Sakshi says, "Those dogs are mine actually. Eijaz and I co-parent them together as I also don't stay with my family. When Eijaz had his dogs, while shooting he used to say, 'don't leave them alone'. So, we both have always taken care of our dogs together. And my dogs, if you say Daddy, they see towards Eijaz. They think their father is Eijaz. They both need medical help every now and then, so he takes them to the Vet. They stay with me but they are his dogs also." ALSO READ:Bigg Boss 14: Jaan Kumar Sanu's Mother Sent Blanket As A Diwali Gift For Nikki Tamboli BUT Stopped Makers Midway- EXCLUSIVE
When asked about the photo frame of the dogs which made him cry, Sakshi says, "He lost two of his dogs. Right now we have two dogs with me. The ones who passed away were of Eijaz. The white dogs you saw were mine and the labs were his. But he is extremely attached to my dogs also." ALSO READ:Bigg Boss 14: Eijaz Khan's Good Friend Sakshi Jhala On His Relationship With Pavitra Punia, 'He Is Not Someone Who Plays A Woman'- EXCLUSIVE
Eijaz seems to be quite stressed and upset in the house, thanks to his ongoing fights with Kavita Kaushik, Pavitra Punia and now Jaan Kumar Sanu. Sakshi feels he needs to see the dogs as they can get his smile back.
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