Kangana Ranaut-hosted show Lock Upp is getting more and more interesting day by day. The latest episode of the show was shocking. After Chetan Hansraj was eliminated from the show by jailor Karan Kundrra, Saisha Shinde was asked to leave by show host Kangana for 'misbehaving and being rude'.
Her eviction came after she got into an argument with Kangana. It all happened after Kangana questioned Saisha for being abusive in the jail. She slammed Saisha's rebellious actions while demanding for food. In her defence, Saisha said, "Our ration was being cut down. Kangana, you know mai fokat ki jhagde nahi karti mai tabhi kuch bolungi agar main mantu hu usme."
She added, "Food is being cut down. I dont mind food being taken away as punishment. I understand that, but there has to be a limit. I am a responsible person. You cannot, no one can say I am not responsible enough." Kangana lost her calm and called Saisha 'irresponsible'. She added, "You are also stagnant in the game and your game is going nowhere. These tantrums you are trying to show, none of that would help you." ALSO READ:Lock Upp: Saisha Shinde Tells Sara Khan 'Love Isn't Easy For A Transwoman' After Confessing She's Falling For Munawar Faruqui, Comedian Calls Her A 'Friend'
Saisha also lost her cool and refused to apologised to Kangana. She said, "If you want me to apologise to you, I can't because I don't think I'm wrong. Reacting to this, Kangana mentioned that there are so many who want to be contestants on the show and asked Saisha to leave. "There are many people, and you will see new entries this week," said Kangana. "Get them here then," Saisha responded.
"Mujhe badtameezi bardasht nahi h. Nobody can tell me that there's a way to put things across. Why should I say things the way she wants me to say," Kangana later said while talking about Saisha Shinde.
On the other hand, Munawar Faruqui asked Saisha not to behave like this with Kangana. He then asked her to apologise and Saisha agreed. However, Kangana left everyone shocked as she announced Saisha's eviction.