Mumbai. TV actress and former Bigg Boss winner Urvashi Dholakia has reacted to the argument between the parents of Sumbul Touqueer Khan, Tina Dutta and Shalin Bhanot in the latest episode of ‘Bigg Boss 16’. In her recent tweet, Urvashi compared it to parent-teacher meetings held in schools and appealed to stop it. Not only this, he also asked the makers to fix the age of the contestants participating in the show as 25 years, so that their parents could not interfere in the show or in the game of the contestants.
Urvashi Dholakia wrote in her tweet, “I hope this is the last time we see parents-teachers meeting in Bigg Boss… If such interferences continue to happen then I feel that the contestants joining this format will lose their lives. Legal age should be 25 and above. Fans have also reacted to this tweet of Urvashi.
Urvashi Dholakia’s tweet. (twitter screenshot)
While agreeing with this tweet of Urvashi Dholakia, people said that the age of the contestants should be at least 25 years. One user wrote, “I also said that the show needs 25 year olds! The teenagers have no experience in this ‘game’ even Abdu Roddick is being propped up and not playing freely!” Another user wrote, “Agree with you Urvashi ma’am..this PTM is troubling..”
Let me tell you, in the latest episode of ‘Bigg Boss 16’, Bigg Boss called the parents of Tina Dutta, Shaleen Bhanot and Sumbul Touqueer on the show. A heated argument was witnessed between Tina’s mother and Sumbul’s father. Meanwhile, Shaleen’s parental nature impressed people. Sumbul’s father also apologized to Tina’s mother and Shaleen’s parents.
Earlier, Tina Dutta accused Sumbul Touqueer Khan of being obsessed with Shaleen Bhanot. After this, the whole tussle started last week. Then Sumbul’s father spoke to his daughter on the telephone and asked her to stay away from Tina and Shaleen. During the conversation, Sumbul’s father addressed Tina as ‘kamini’, much to the dismay of many.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : November 27, 2022, 15:33 IST