Bigg Boss 17: Hina Khan cheers Ankita Lokhande and takes a stand for TV actors while taking a jibe at Sandiip Sikcand- “Kindly Shut Up Sir”

Bigg Boss 11 fame Hina Khan pens down Instagram story taking a jibe at TV producer Sandiip Sikcand comment bashing Ankita Lokhande as the actress cheers on the Bigg Boss 17 contestant.

Bigg Boss 17 has commenced its second week and the controverises of the contestants competing inside the house have already been making headlines. Recently ex-Bigg Boss contestant Hina Khan has also shared her views over a clash Khanzadi and Ankita Lokhande massive clash over TV stars. Where well-known producer Sandiip Sikcand bashed Ankita Lokhande previously.

Now, Hina Khan on the issue, raised her voice supporting TV actors and penned down a lengthy note on the story on her official Instagram handle. She expresses her views and asks 5 questions regarding his statements.


Her next story states the struggles of the TV actors. The actress explains, “On an Indian television set which has in most cases episodes to telecast of minimum 5 and maximum 7 days a week, everyone has a backup in or unforeseen circumstances, everyone that is, except the Actor. The relentless cycle of working 10-12 hours daily, day and night, on the same project year after year as an Actor is something you haven’t experienced firsthand, and probably, never will. Actors from Indian Television faint, go through depression, fall ill yet have given closes from the Hospital and sometimes while they’re just out of surgery or have lost their dear ones or when they’re in a cast of plaster and are immobile. But they show up… Everyone wants to grow and work efficiently over quantitative expectations just like you, because that Sir is Exploitation! So please get off of your high horse and yes don’t forget to Kindly Shut Up! This 2-minute fame shall be enough for you this year.. cheers @lokhandeankita.”

Lastly Bigg Boss 11 fame pens down a note on respect for an individual regardless of profession and how one should take recognise and take accountability for one’s actions.