Salman Khan went on housemates bashing spree on Bigg Boss 14’s Weekend Ka Vaar episode on Saturday. He scolded Rubina Dilaik and Abhinav Shukla for their behaviour and accusing the makers of the show for encouraging Rakhi Sawant‘s antics in the house. However, Rubina’s sister Jyotika Dilaik disagreed with what Salman had said about the Shakti actress and her brother-in-law. So when Salman asked Jyotika about Rubina’s behaviour in the house, she said that the actress has become emotionally weak since she has not received the kind of love and care from her parents she deserved.
In the latest promo of Bigg Boss 14, Rubina is breaking down before Salman and opens up about her mental health. She went on to reveal that 7-8 years ago, she was as aggressive as she is today and it was also the major reason behind her broken relationship. She said that she has not been on good terms with her parents. ‘I had temper issues, I had suicidal tendencies,’ Rubina reveals adding that she didn’t want to listen to anyone.
As Rubina tries to justify herself, her sister Jyotika adds, “Rubina aisi hi hain ya is show me liye ek roop hai? (Is Rubina like this in real life or is this especially for the show).” She defended her sister and said that she wasn’t loved and cared by her parents. Both Jyotika and Rubina are seen crying.
Last night, Salman was seen getting angry at other housemates, too, slamming them for belittling someone’s emotion and outburst as a way to create “content” and seek “footage”. “Ye kyu sunayi deta hai is season ke andar ki content ke liye kar rahe ho. Kya mai ye content ke liye kar raha hu? Bhad me gaya content! Jo harkatein ho rahi hai ghar ke andar, aap log bol rahe hain aur wahi humlog dikha rahe hain (why do we hear that you are doing this for content? Am I doing this for content? Let content go to hell. We show what you guys do and say in the house),” he said.
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