Reacting to his fans' comments over his stand on the reality show Bigg Boss, Salman Khan tweeted to explain why he slammed Kushal and Gauhar for their fight with Tanisha.
Salman wrote on Twitter, "You see one hour, I see the whole deal...guess some of you do not react when someone speaks to your family
female members or women in that manner...But I do and most of us stand up against men who run women down. If this is not our culture we should better adopt it in our culture."
The actor further wrote, "I am only answering your question about Bigg Boss because you are following me .This is a game. Its on TV so I like to keep a check on it...The choice is yours if you wanna watch it or not. Sm times people do get carried away in fights,every 1 does n then they sort it out."
according to BB fans n wat u saw both shld hv been out but thr was a lot more than wat u saw . Thr can only b that much put on TV .— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) October 27, 2013
Explaining why he did not slam Armaan or others for the fights they get into, Salman Khan wrote, "According to what you saw on TV, both should have been out but there was a lot more to the fight than what you saw . There can only be that much put on TV."
Salman Khan went on to say that Bigg Boss is a tough show to play : "Its a good show to learn how to be physically and mentally strong, the tasks go on fior 48hrs and even more. With no proper sleep or food.
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Salman Khan, earlier drew flak from fans after he lashed out at TV actor Kushal Tandon for being rude to Tanishaa Mukherji in Bigg Boss house on Saturday night.
Tweets and comments calling Salman Khan unfair swarmed the internet. In fact, ‘Unfair Salman’ remained the top trend on Twitter soon after the episode was aired.