Bigg Boss 16: Salman Khan slams Sajid Khan and Archana Gautam for their clashes; asks Sajid, “Yeh aap Archana ko suna rahe hai ya humko suna rahe?”
The recent episodes of Bigg Boss 16 have been witnessing clashes between Sajid Khan and Archana Gautam. While Archana’s entire game plan is about instigating other contestants, it seems like Sajid has had enough of it. After a major confrontation between Archana Gautam and Sajid Khan in the previous episode, Sajid was all set to leave the house.
Now Salman talked about the incident in the weekend ka vaar episode and slammed them both. He said, “Sajid ne kaha hakale jaane wale logon ko lagta hai ki show unka baap chala raha hai, aapne Archana ko itni baar bola ki bahar jake bheekh maang ke aayi hai, yeh aap Archana ko suna rahe hai ya humko suna rahe hai?”(Sajid said that the ones who are kicked out from the show, think the show is run by their fathers, you also taunted Archana that she has begged and come, are you taunting Archana or us as the makers?)
Salman also schools Archana and says, “Archana kehti hai Sajid ne chamchon ki toli kadat ki hai, Archana gandi naali ki aurat aur wagera wagera agar itna hi normal hai toh kya aapne apne bhai behno ke saath, maa baap ke saath use kiya hai?”(Archana said, Sajid has a tribe of followers, these foul words don’t seem abusive to you? Do you use them with your parents and siblings?)
Sajid tries to convey his side of the story and says, “Since the beginning, I have been treating her like a younger sister, There is a limit to provocation also, calling us Chele, Chamcha, Rajaji and all.”
Archana demands an apology from Sajid for abusing her mother and says, ‘If I cannot say all this, I cannot add anything from outside then please give me a list of what should I talk about and shouldn’t I, he always says, bheekh maang ke aayi thi, yaad hai kaise gidgida rahi thi, Sir has brought me back not you, it was Bigg Boss’s decision, you don’t have any right to say that I was begging for this opportunity, you all didn’t support me when I was pleading”.