Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Sofia Hayat slams Salman Khan; supports Swami Om
Former ‘Bigg Boss’ contestant Sofia Hayat, who grabbed headlines last year by turning a nun, Gaia Mother Sofia, has made some shocking allegations against Salman Khan, the host of the controversial reality show.
In an interview with a popular entertainment portal, Sofia slammed the superstar saying he is a biased host and alleged that the show was scripted.
Sofia who entered ‘Bigg boss 7’ as a wild card contestant, had a huge fight with co-contestant Armaan Kohli, during her short stay inside the house. She had even filed a case against the actor for allegedly assaulting her inside the house.
Referring to her fight with Armaan, Sofia said, “Bigg Boss always shows us at some level what is going wrong in society. For example, my story highlighted the abuse of women by men in India and how nothing is ever done about it, no matter how hard women fight for justice. Armaan was employed by Salman Khan himself in the end, cementing the idea that women abusers stick together.”
After coming out of the house, Armaan had bagged a pivotal role in Salman’s blockbuster ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’.
Sofia bashed Salman for being biased against female contestants and said, “Yes, Salman did not support me and that’s obvious. He employed Armaan in a film later. Salman just plays to controversy. Salman had an opportunity to show the public that abusing women is wrong. He chose not to because he himself has abused women.”
She also came out in support of the current controversial contestant Swami Om, who has been making unsavoury comments against female contestants and annoying everyone with his attitude. Sofia alleged that a lot of stuff is edited in ‘Bigg Boss’, which projects a person in a certain way.
Sofia said, “So, what is Bigg Boss showing this time with Swami ji? Is it real or has it been edited for entertainment? My take is that we must never judge anyone, and if you do, your judgments only reflect what you really feel inside yourself. As far as ‘Bigg Boss’ is concerned, if people are agitated and judgmental, that is their problem, not Swami’s. Whatever he does, he can do and say, is as a representation of himself. We have to be really careful, a lot of things are edited in ‘Bigg Boss’. They edit them and can completely change a situation around to make the innocent look guilty and vice versa.”
She further alleged, “‘Bigg Boss’ also feeds news stories to media that are perhaps, tweaked in such a way that the public start to gossip and watch the show more. We have to question ourselves really, if we question Swami ji.”