Bigg Boss 15 contestant Afsana Khan’s outburst resulted in her eviction from the show. This has left the viewers and fans of the show divided. While some believe that Afsana’s words and actions were wrong, others are sympathizing with her. Moreover, her accusations of inappropriate touch on Rajiv Adatia have received much attention too. Celebrities of the television industry and regular viewers of the show.
have come up with their opinions. Therefore, the latest episode of Bigg Boss 15 has triggered a discussion about mental health, emotions, etc.
Gauahar Khan feels bad for Bigg Boss 15 Contestants, Afsana & Rajiv
A former winner of Bigg Boss, Gauahar Khan tweeted, ‘Bechari afsana !’. In another Tweet, the actress reacted to Afsana’s accusations on Rajiv. While Gauahar praised Rajiv for his reaction to Afsana’s eviction, she felt sorry for Afsana’s mental state.
Shefali Jariwala sympathises with Afsana
Shefali also had a similar reaction to Afsana’s eviction. She wrote, “#Afsana I sympathize with you. You gave it ur best… it’s alrite , #BB15 this is just a game… u will win the game of life! Best wishes.”
Rashami Desai says there’s nothing right or wrong
Rashami Desai took to her Twitter handle and asked everyone to give Afsana some space. She said, “Ppl need to educate themselves and learn more about mental health/illness. @ShamitaShetty is mentally strong enough to face the problem. I just wanna say let’s not get in right and wrong. But nahi piche hi pad jao aur julus nikalo.”
Kamya Punjabi also reacted to Afsana’s ‘kapde utaar dungi’ remark. Kamya said, “Jo khud apne kapde nikaalne ki baat kar rahi hai usse baaki log kyu aur kya samjha rahe hai…. Then they play the women card!!!” In another Tweet, Kamya spoke about mental health issues. She wrote, “Do people here even know what n how panic attacks are?”
Just like the celebrities, the audience is also divided on their opinion. While some are supporting her, others have slammed her for her words. Meanwhile, a few other viewers criticized Shamita Shetty for being ‘insensitive’ towards Afsana.