Explanation of Arshi Khan on partisan statement, said- Salman Khan was never accused


Talking about the possible winner of the current season of Bigg Boss, Arshi said that according to her, Kavita Kaushik seems quite promising.

Arshi Khan, the ex-contestant of Bigg Boss, is often in the headlines due to her statements. Arshi has been a part of Bigg Boss 11. In the past, he had said in his statement that in the current season of Bigg Boss, the makers are doing favors. He said that Ijaz Khan is being saved in the show, just as Siddharth was made a winner in the last season.

According to media reports, Arshi had accused the makers of the show as well as the host Salman Khan that they are doing too much with other contestants on the show. But Arshi has given clarification on this statement. He clarified that he had said that he has accused the show's makers of not favoring Salman Khan but for favoring Ejaz Khan.

In an interview recently, talking about the possible winner of the current season of Bigg Boss, Arshi said that according to her, Kavita Kaushik seems quite promising.

Arshi Khan further said, "I think Kavita Kaushik is the truest person inside. She only likes herself and she is outside like she is at home. People are targeting her and making fun of her all the time Live. If anyone reacts like this, they will get angry somewhere or the other. I think Ijaz Khan feels completely insecure about his presence in the house. Maybe he has a lot of secrets about him. Know that and they are afraid that these things will not come out. If Kavita opens her mouth, then she will be exposed. "

Arshi Khan said, "The makers of the show are improving the image of Ejaz Khan. Like he did with Siddharth Shukla in the last season. There is no doubt that Bigg Boss is a show where everything is real. Sometimes there is a risk for contestants from such an image. He is trying to show Kavita Kaushik bad, while she is completely biased towards Ejaz Khan and showing him in a form. Even in the last season, he was completely in favor of Siddharth Shukla. ''
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