Recently, the winner of Bigg Boss 12 Dipika Kakar received a message from a Twitter user saying that he will throw acid on her face. Post the threatening tweet, fans of the actress had asked for help from Mumbai Police by tagging them on Twitter.

Here are the exact contents of the tweet, "Kitna ghaitya aurat hai ye makki tu ekbar live re devorcy aurat tujhe kitna troll karenge tujhe pata nehi tera dipstar ne had kardi saree bohut bura kaha abhi tera personal life pe hum attack karenge dek lena tu aur main Mumbai main hun agar tu mujhe dik Jaye acid fekke marunga." This is what we have become. So violent, so unruly, so senseless, so crazy, so abusive, so dangerous to each other.

After this tweet, a lot of Bigg Boss fans started placing allegations that the man in question could be a Sreesanth fan. While, a group of Sreesanth’s fans disagreed and woke up in unison, claiming the man throwing threats can’t be a his fan, there has been no clarity on the same.

So now his wife Bhuvneshwari has come out in support of Sreesanth and his fans, as she tweets, "Ther had been a lot of abusive nd worst tweets for us as well frm other fandoms. I knw we have no control over what some ppl write.Some online reviewers pick it up solely because We refuse to give interview on their channel. I knw my Sreefam nd our trust for you remains strong.🤗

Talking to us exclusively, Surbhi Rana, one of the contestants from Bigg Boss 12, said "We all may have had our favourites, but we must learn to respect the final vote count. It’s a game, and the winner is selected by the highest number of votes. There should be no confusion and no outrage.”

She further added, “This guy, whosoever he is, is insane. The police should take immediate action and track him down wherever he is placed. He should be slapped really hard.”

However, Dipika is yet to speak up on the matter.

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