When Shamita Shetty spoke about English in Bigg Boss 15, Afsana Khan got angry, Shamita Shetty Viral News


There is a ruckus going on in Bigg Boss 15. The form of all the contestants of the show is out. In the first week, where the fight of Pratik Sehajpal and Jai Bhanushali created panic.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Vaishnavi Dwivedi | Updated on: 11 Oct 2021, 01:25:21 PM

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Mumbai:

There is a ruckus going on in Bigg Boss 15. The form of all the contestants of the show is out. In the first week, where the fight between Pratik Sehajpal and Jay Bhanushali created panic. And now Shamita Shetty’s attitude was also seen. There was a lot of uproar in the Saturday episode of Bigg Boss. This time the reason for the fight was Shamita Shetty, Afsana Khan and Vishal Kotian. There was a fierce debate between everyone. Which was wooing the fans a lot. Bigg Boss has declared Shamita Shetty as the captain of the house this week. At the same time, when Shamita spoke English, Afsana Khan created a ruckus.

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Let us tell you that Afsana created a lot of ruckus, and opposed it openly. She shouted loudly and said, ‘Here will be spoken in Hindi’. Shamita Shetty speaks on his point. Sometimes English can be spoken. To which Afsana is again seen saying, ‘Ek banda of the house will speak Hindi.’ On his talk, Shamita says ‘what is nonsense’. During these talks, when Afsana speaks something in Punjabi, Vishal Kotian gets furious at her. And there is a fierce argument between the two. When the argument escalates, Shamita tells Afsana, ‘Aapko mere sath ka problem hai’ . On which Afsana says that if Bigg Boss makes me the captain of the house, then I will improve all the members of the house. This time the episode is becoming very viral and is also being liked.



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First Published : 11 Oct 2021, 01:25:21 PM

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