Salman is a monkey and a male chauvinistic pig, Sapna Bhavnani
Former Bigg Boss 6 contestant and hair stylist Sapna Bhavnani calls Salman Khan a monkey and a male chauvinistic pig. In a recent interview, Sapna said that she has been warned by many not to speak against the superstar of Bollywood as she could get killed. Sapna called Salman a monkey and a male chauvinist pig.
She was quoted as saying, “Salman dances like a monkey in stupid movies” and is a “male chauvinist pig.”
She was speaking in an interview related to her upcoming memoir, ‘Chapter One’.
She further said that she doesn't want to name him in her book. "This man really misuses people and I don’t’ have to give him importance, especially in my book", Sapna said.
After Akashdeep Saigal, Sapna was the next Bigg Boss contestant to speak against Salman. Akashdeep accused Salman of spoiling his career.
Even during her stay in the Bigg Boss house, Sapna called Salman a serial woman-beater. She has been warned by a lot of people not to speak about the ‘Sultan’ star as it might harm her.
"Actually a lot of people told me, I was warned that you shouldn't talk about him like that because you could get killed, and I was like, 'what!' I had heard rumours, but I have been channelling this 'no fear' thing for the past four years and I am not going to let a monkey scare me. I have been through a gang rape, I know what it feels like, I am a surviving member... there is nothing worse you can do to me really," she said in an interview with Hindustan Times.
Recalling her experience in the Bigg Boss house, Sapna says: "You have a male chauvinistic f***ing pig as a host of this f***ing show, that insults people, so people watch the show, and people worship him on the show because people want a job in one of his stupid f***-all movies where he dances like a monkey - that's big boss in a nutshell," she says.
And here's what Sapna said about Salman's infamous rape comment.
"It's insulting to have an Indian man talk like that on an international platform. I am embarrassed to call myself an Indian when statements like these go out worldwide. I was very vocal about it on Twitter, and everywhere. I got a lot of flak for it, but flak or stalkers and trollers should not be the reason why you should stop voicing the truth," Sapna told HT.