Bigg Boss 7: Lovebirds Gauhar, Kushal leave house together
Love has shown its colour. Gauhar Khan walked out of Bigg Boss house after Kushal Tandon opted to move out of the house. Kushal was very furious as Bigg Boss did not take any stand against Tanisha for making false allegation against him. Last week, Tanisha accused Kushal of pushing her and breaking the rules of the house. Kushal claimed the allegation to be absolute false. He even called Tanisha a flop actress.
A source says, Kushal told Tanishaa that she is a dhabba on her family. “Look where your sister (Kajol) is and where you are today,” he is said to have taunted her.
Kushal even tried to escape from the house but security personal brought him back home and h was directly eliminated.
Kushal indulged in a similar fight last night with VJ Andy when Andy passed unpleasant remark against Gauhar. During the luxury budget task, the housemates ignored Andy as he is always involved in back-biting, teasing and passing bizarre remarks about contestants. Andy passed unpleasant remark about Gauhar’s lingerie which upset the latter.
Gauhar Khan narrated the incident to Kushal and he lost his temper and run to hit Andy. The housemates stopped Kushal from causing and physical harm to him. Bigg Bossimmediately asked the housemates to gather in the living area and made an announcement that Kushal should pack his bang and leave now.
Gauhar also packed her bags to leave the house. The housemates asked Gauhar not to leave the house but she did not listen and moved out with Kushal.
A few days ago, upset with Kushal’s behaviour Salman said the inmates that he is going to quit the show. This is his last season of Bigg Boss and he won’t host it again. Salman was highly upset with Kushal’s bad behaviour towards Tanisha. "If you are thinking that you can clean your image, it's a misconception," Salman told Kushal after the ugly fight. He added that bad incidents stick on people’s mind and one cannot demolish it.
"Because of this episode, this might be the last season for me," he said Saturday. Responsging to some question of fans, the superstar added that there are lots more what they actually see on the show. "You see an hour, I see the whole deal. Guess some of you guys may not react when some one speaks to female members of your family or women in that manner," Salman tweeted. "But I do not. Most of us men and women stand up against men who run them down," wrote the super star and added that if this is not the culture, "it better become".
The actor also said that people get carried away during the
show, and praised the concept. "It's a good show to learn how to be
physically and mentally strong. The tasks go on for 48 hrs and more. Without no
proper sleep or food. Halwa hai kya (Is it a cakewalk?)," he wrote.
"I am only answering your question about BB ('Bigg Boss') because you are
following me. This is a game. It's on TV so, I like to keep a check on it. The
choice is yours if you want to watch it or not. Some times people do get
carried away in fights. Everyone does and then they sort it out," he