Bigg Boss 13: BB7 winner Gauahar Khan and netizens slam Salman Khan for supporting Sidharth Shukla's 'violence', label him as 'biased'

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Bigg Boss and its controversies are neverending. In the recent turn of events, Bigg Boss 13 host Salman Khan has been targetted by the Internet and labelled "biased". During last week's captaincy task, aggression was at its peak as Sidharth Shukla and Mahira Sharma got into a fight. Sidharth was seen getting physically violent with Mahira and was even nominated by Bigg Boss for his behaviour. But what made the viewers unhappier was Salman openly supporting Sidharth in the Weekend Ka Vaar episode on Saturday and slamming Mahira for "targetting" Sidharth. According to Salman, if a man is this strong then girls should not get in between as they might get hurt. 

Salman was soon stated as partial and biased by the netizens, who criticized him for supporting Sidharth and bashing Sharma in a recent episode, despite the former having been nominated for becoming physically violent with the latter. Salman's comments reduced Mahira to tears, as she stated: "I won't say a word henceforth, because Sidharth is mahaan". In response, Salman told her to stop the "nautanki". As soon as the episode went on air, many fans took to Twitter to share their reaction and started trending the hashtag #BiasedHostSalmanKhan. 

Bigg Boss 7 winner Gauahar Khan was quick enough to react on the episode as she tweeted, "I’m shocked ! Im probably watching a different #biggboss ! aggression is justified by all means !!" Soon, fans came out in support of her tweet and some even mentioned Sidharth's name. "Like seriously because Shukla is strong everyone else who's not should leave the task. Slow claps!! #BigBoss13," wrote a user. 

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"If a man is aggressive, should a girl not try to compete with him," asked another fan.

(Source: Twitter)

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