#BollywoodStrikesBack: Salman Khan Gives It Back to ‘Loud’ News Channels Slandering Bollywood on BB14 Episode in True ‘Bhai’ Style (Watch Video)

Did you know that before going the legal way, the Bhai of Bollywood, Salman Khan, in his ‘Bhaigiri ishtyle’ gave it back to loud news channels for doing ‘bakwas’ for gaining TRPs? If you missed it, he did so in the first Weekend Ka Vaar of his reality show Bigg Boss 14.

October 13, 2020

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And Bollywood has finally reacted to the endless blame game that has been placed on the industry by certain media professionals, eversince the passing of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. From allegations of ruining Sushant’s career to other endless allegations, select media channels along with a few actors (namely Kangana Ranaut) have left no stone unturned to lash out at Bollywood for its alleged ‘gunda’ and ‘druggie’ ways. .

The evening of October 12 saw Bollywood take a huge step. A civil suit was filed against Republic TV, Times Now, Arnab Goswami, Pradip Bhandari, Navika Kumar and Rahul Shivshankar for defaming and maligning the Bollywood industry. The suit was filed by DSK Legal on behalf of the plaintiffs, which include 4 Bollywood industry associations and 34 leading Bollywood producers. .

But did you know that before going the legal way, the Bhai of Bollywood, Salman Khan, in his ‘Bhaigiri ishtyle’ gave it back to loud news channels for doing ‘bakwas’ for gaining TRPs? Well, if you missed it, he did so in the first Weekend Ka Vaar of his reality show Bigg Boss 14. .

Check Out the Video Below:

In the video, Salman urged the Bigg Boss 14 contestants to up their game and respect the platform given to them and use it to play a fair and respectful game. He also asked them to not do ‘bakwas’ and scream in the name of garnerng eyeballs and TRPs and make people switch the channel off. He ended his speech by saying, “Jo Maine Kena Tha, Indirectly Keh Diya,” in true Bhai style that left the housemates in splits. Well, that savage Salman Khan for yaa!

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