‘Sumbul’s father put a target on her back’, feels Gauahar; Rajiv is unhappy with parents being dragged into Bigg Boss 16

    ‘Sumbul’s father put a target on her back’, feels Gauahar; Rajiv is unhappy with parents being dragged into Bigg Boss 16

    After Sumbul Touqeer Khan’s phone call with her father, he along with Tina Datta and Shalin Bhanot’s parents will join Salman Khan for Weekend Ka Vaar tonight.

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    For the second time this season, Sumbul Touqeer Khan got a chance to speak to her father. The first time was when he came on stage and tried to guide his daughter. But this time, they were allowed to talk on phone because he was unwell. Bigg Boss gave them permission to discuss his health but instead they talked about the game, where once again Sumbul’s father spoke ill of Shalin Bhanot and Tina Datta . Well, tonight their parents will join him on stage with host Salman Khan .

    Not just Shalin and Tina’s parents but even Salman will reprimand Sumbul’s father for misusing the phone call privilege given to him. Well, season 7 winner Gauahar Khan feels Sumbul’s father himself ruined her game. Talking about the same, she tweeted: “Sadly sumbuls father has put a target on Sumbuls back himself ! He has destroyed her perception on his own . I feel bad for her . She’s being subjected to peoples judgments tooooooo much ! Everyone is having a go at her !”

    Season 15’s Rajiv Adatia , on the other hand, is not happy with the involvement of contestants’ parents in the reality show. He shared, “It’s saddened me that parents are now being apart of BB It’s about people in the house no family that includes Sumbul Shalins or Tina should be dragged into this!These parents are going through enough!Sorry Big Boss u shouldn’t of allowed it in the first place!#bb16 @ColorsTV.”

    Many netizens are now trolling the makers for having parents of contestants on stage to play their own mini Bigg Boss. Nevertheless, audiences are eagerly waiting to see Shalin’s parents along with Tina’s mother on the show tonight, because it only seems fair to give them a chance to support their children, like Sumbul’s father did.

    Whose side are you on?