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BIGG BOSS 6: Sapna Bhavnani abuses Salman Khan, calls him 'serial woman-beater'

Agencies  New Delhi, October 30, 2012
First Published: 13:10 IST(30/10/2012) | Last Updated: 10:31 IST(31/10/2012)

Celebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani locked horns with Bigg Boss 6 host Salman Khan by calling him a 'serial woman-beater' and admonishing him with cuss words. 

However, the producers decided to edit the portion from the episode.

How it started
In response to Bhavnani's claim that she was not on the show for money, the Dabangg Khan had said: "If you are not here to play the game, are you on a picnic at a resort?"

But Sapna is surely not the one to accept digs lying down. "Koi haq nahi banta har hafte sabki bezzati karte rahe. Kyunki aap mujhe paisa dete ho mai aapki bullshit sunti rahoongi har Friday," Mumbai Mirror quoted the hairdresser as saying.

"Sapna dared Salman to kick her out of the show, saying she was not someone the star could bully into submission. And to drive home her point, she called him a ‘serial woman-beater’ before letting off a volley of cuss words," reported the tabloid.

She also took pot shots at Salman, the painter. "If I win the show, I shall buy his painting and gift it to him," the tabloid quoted her as saying.



Sapna Bhavnani's clientele includes Bipasha Basu, Katrina Kaif, John Abraham, MS Dhoni. In the introductory episode, she had teased Salman asking if he knew Katrina Kaif.

Double eviction
Unlike each week, two contestants will be eliminated this Friday. Gulab Gang leader Sampat Lal, controversial cartoonist Aseem Trivedi, model Karishma Kotak and hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani are nominated.

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