Zeeshan Khan Questions Bigg Boss 15 House Rules, Asks 'Has Dictionary Definition Of Violence Changed?'

Zeeshan Khan expressed his concerns about the violence in the Bigg Boss 15 and question if the house rules are subjective.

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Zeeshan Khan Questions Bigg Boss 15 House Rules, Asks 'Has Dictionary Definition Of Violence Changed?'
Actor Zeeshan Khan is known for his stint in the popular television show Kumkum Bhagya. However, the actor decorated the headlines for standing his ground when he took part in Bigg Boss OTT. 

Khan surprised everyone with his strategic gameplay and hard work in the digital format of Bigg Boss. However, his journey in the BB OTT house was cut-short when he got involved in a huge blowout with Pratik Sehajpal.

According to the Bigg Boss’ format, the show has no tolerance for physical violence and Zeeshan was asked to exit the house, ending his stint in the reality show. 

Considering the recent instances on Bigg Boss 15, where Karan Kundrra choke-slammed Pratik during a task and how Simba pushed Umar into the pool, several including Zeeshan are questioning if the house rules are subjective.

Expressing his concerns about the same, Khan voiced out his opinions in a recent Tweet and question if resorting to violence in the Bigg Boss house was the ‘new normal’.

He tweeted, "Having been a big fan of the show before a contestant, I wonder why the rules are different for all housemates who are on the same platform. From Karan to Simba all have resorted to violence and are still in the house. Has the dictionary definition of violence changed?"

For the unversed, Zeeshan was repeatedly instigated by Pratik during a captaincy task and he ended up pushing the latter from coming close. However, terming this as violent behaviour, Bigg Boss removed Zeeshan from the game altogether, reported ETimes. 

Zeeshan Khan has been vocal about his eviction calling it unfair. He also received support from Kumkum Bhagya actors Mugdha Chaphekar, Sriti Jha, Rehyna Pandit, Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchant among other industry friends. 

In fact, even Rashami Desai and Asim Riaz's fan clubs rallied behind the actor, calling his eviction unfair.

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