Bigg Boss 14: Sara Gurpal supports Rubina Dilaik’s claims of violence during tasks, says ‘She is right’

Sara Gurpal has come forward to support Rubina Dilaik after she gets schooled by the host, Salman Khan, for her accusations of violence.

Bigg Boss 14 stays up-to-date for its daily supply of drama, entertainment and controversies since the past month and if the week goes a little dull, the weekends make up for it. The Weekend Ka Vaar, during which the host of the show, Salman Khan speaks directly to the participants over the proceedings and happenings in the house for the past week. In the last Weekend Ka Vaar, Salman Khan called out Rubina Dilaik over her accusations of violence by her housemates in the show during the tasks and said that the allegations are false. However, the first evicted participant, Sara Gurpal, has stepped up and has second allegations put up by Rubina by saying that violence does happen.

Taking to her official Twitter handle, Sara Gurpal made a tweet in support of Rubina, by stating that housemates use strength and aggression during the tasks in order to win. She also wrote how Bigg Boss clearly writes in the rules that no physical strength is supposed to be used or ‘bal ka prayog na kare‘ however, the participants tend to get violent during the tasks. Sara’s tweet read, “#RubinaDilaik is right by saying hinsa hoti hai ! #BigBoss ne saaf saaf bola hota hai ki bal ka upyog na kre.lekin task k waqt yes hinsa hoti hai.log insaniyat bhul jate hai. My eyes ! #AbhinavShukla’s face #ShehzadDeol s right eye! Kuch examples hai. Thank you.”

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While Sara was in the house, one of her eyes was injured during a task where Nikki Tamboli‘s acrylic nail poked Sara in the eye. Due to this, Sara had to get her eye checked up for damage by a medical team which was sent in the house of Bigg Boss for her check-up. Sara claimed that Nikki had the intention to hurt her as the latter did not even ask Sara about her eye’s condition after the incident happened.

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