Salman Khan’s credibility as the host of Bigg Boss took a beating ever since he lashed out at Kushal over latter’s violent behavior towards Tanisha.
Kushal was later evicted for behaving aggressively with Andy.
Online forums have been afire with insinuations that Salman was biased in favour of Tanisha and Armaan. KUSHAL LEAVES BIGG BOSS 7
In the Saturday’s episode, Salman seemed to have settled that question once and for all. He not only slammed Tanisha and Armaan, he also made his stand over what construes right behavior inside the house very clear.
Salman began the show by asking the inmates if they want Kushal to return to the house. Most of them said Kushal’s return would mean anybody could break the rules of the house and threaten people. The Bollywood actor said even he did not want Kushal to return.
Gauhar tried to intervene on Kushal’s behalf and said others had also broken the rules and were still on the show. Salman then took on other inmates who have broken the rules and have shown aggression.
The Dabangg actor got his cue from a viewer’s question to Armaan. The audience member wanted to know why Armaan was impolite with other inmates, especially Tanisha, despite apologising to them. Salman told Armaan that his misbehaviour with Tanisha was not appreciated. He also asked Tanisha that to take a stand against Armaan's violent behaviour.
After taking on both Armaan and Tanisha, Salman said all inmates inside the house, including Kamya, have said hurtful things about others. In a subtle support to Gauhar, Salman also criticised Andy and Tanisha for mocking Gauhar's fainting when Kushal was asked to leave the show. CANDY BRAR VOTED OUT
Do you think Salman Khan emerged as a fair host after seeming as if he blindly supported Tanisha and Armaan? We feel he has, but what is your take? Share your views in the comment box below.
Salman Khan dances to the tunes of Dhol Baje from his film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam on the sets of Bigg Boss 7 on Dussehra night.