Since the time Shamita Shetty has entered Rohit Shetty's show, Khatron Ke Khiladi 9, many on social media have been targeting her as they feel the actress has come midway and doesn't deserve to be in the fight for finale.
Shamita was always a part of the show from beginning but on the first day of shoot she was detected with dengue and could not go ahead, which is the reason she joined midway after recuperating from her illness. However, this is not going down too well with netizens who are constantly attacking her.
Now, we hear that Shamita is quite amused with the way people have been posting about her performance and behaviour since she entered the show as a wild card entry.
A source close to the actress tells us, “Shamita entered Khatron Ke Khiladi as a wild card entry since she was suffering from dengue in Argentina from day one .Inspite of that post joining the rest in the show she has been a consistent performer throughout the show. She braved the challenging stunts and suffered various injuries shooting for the show without emotionally breaking down or complaining before every stunt .She continued to surprise the viewers with her strong spirit”
“Surprisingly, it’s learnt that the haters have been planting negative posts on Shamita’s social media platform and other platforms even though Shamita has out performed Jasmine in the tasks they did together . This included the last one they did together where Shamita put in the ball before her in the cockroach stunt .Everyone knows that cockroaches are Shamita's biggest phobia. Even if she has entered the show as a wild card entry she has every right to fight for the finale as long as she performs her stunts. It seems like trolls are trying to wrongly manipulate Shamita’s chances of winning the show by planting hateful negative posts,” the source added.
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