Vishal Aditya Singh says he was unhappy with recreation of Bigg Boss 13's frying pan incident on Khatron Ke Khiladi 11, reveals 2 'influential people' asked him to not stress out


Vishal Aditya Singh has a history with not just reality shows, but frying pans too. Madhurima Tuli whacked him with a frying pan in Bigg Boss 13 after a major fight and then the scene was recreated in Khatron Ke Khiladi 11. While the audience had a hearty laugh, Vishal wasn't really happy with the fact that the frying pan incident was recreated on the stunts-based reality show. In a recent interview, the actor expressed his disappointment. He was quick to add that two 'influential people' who told him to take it lightly. 

In the interview, Vishal told, "Jab woh incident hua tha, toh main bhi bohot khush nahi tha. Jahaan pe woh reaction recreate kiya un logon ne. Lekin wahaan pe do aise bohot bade log the, aap bade log se samajh sakte hai kaunse log ho sakte hai wahaan pe, un logon ne bola, ‘Tu bewakoof hai kya? Chhod na. Tu Khatron Ke Khiladi mein hai, yeh important hai. Yeh hote rahega.’ Ek format hai, TV chal raha hai, unhone bola ki isko aise hi rakh aur khatam kar."

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After the episode in which the incident was recreated aired, Madhurima issued a video statement. The caption of her post read: "My Mom is crying since morning, she has Diabetes issues and was hospitalized earlier due to the same incident. You guys dont know a single thing about my personal relation with the person that incident happened. Every single relation in the house was poisonous and everyone has done mistakes in the same house. Please let me move on. Its a request, please consider this video a humble request to not play with my family’s emotions again and again.. Thank you."

Madhurima and Vishal were dating each other for a long time. They had a bitter breakup in 2019 because of irreconcilable issues. 

(Source: Siddharth Kannan Interview)