Bigg Boss 15: Karan Kundrra feels he was portrayed as the ‘Villain’ in the WKV episode; plans to rebuild his reputation

Karan Kundrra and Tejasswi Prakash discuss WKV episodes. He shares that he was humiliated and felt like he was portrayed as the villain. Tejasswi consoles him.


The Weekend Ka Vaar episode was discussed by Tejasswi and Karan. Tejasswi has doubts about the “depth” of his friendship with Shamita Shetty. She also inquires about Umar Riaz allegedly speaking badly of her behind her back. Tejasswi refuses to leave Karan alone, despite the fact that he is in a bad situation. They get into a disagreement, and Karan informs her that he’s always depicted as the villain, while she has the audience’s and producers’ support. “What else does she want from me?” Karan asks Tejasswi.

Karan also adds that in his 13-year career, he has never felt more humiliated, and that he plans to rebuild his reputation in the remaining weeks. Tejasswi tries to persuade Karan to justify his actions, but he asks her not to. He goes on to add that everything revolves around her.

Karan tries to clarify his point by stating that he is aware of his language and irritable demeanour. He also tells her that no one has ever asked him why he acted the way he did. Karan further claimed that all the “girls” who attended Weekend Ka Vaar were out to get him. Karan explains to Tejasswi that in the house, he’s only made two friends: Umar Riaz and her. While Umar has been evicted from his home, he now only has her. The couple, later on, made up and are all set to compete in BB15.