As the most popular TV reality show Bigg Boss 7 catches momentum, host Salman Khan is pulled into many a controversy. From being accused to being biased towards some of the contestants to trending on Twitter as __#unfairsalmankhan, __ the actor has seen it all. Perhaps that is why Salman Khan decided to resort to Twitter, to reach out to his fans and everyone else.
In a gist, Salman said that if something bothers you, or makes you uncomfortable, then don’t watch it as it is the most simple solution. He also wrote that some people have not liked Bigg Boss and it is OK as each one is entitled to their opinion. He mentioned that sometimes even he does not like what he does on BB, so he doesn’t blame others if they don’t like it.
Talking about the format of the show he wrote that the tasks get more complicated every week and though the contestants and fans are hurt, that is how the show is designed.
He mentioned that it is very complicated dealing with self respect, ego, anger, games, language, lies, drama, nominations, and evictions.
Feeling empathetic, he wrote that it is really tough and scary for the contestants, physically and mentally. As for him, he mentioned that it is the toughest show to host, specially if you get attached to the contestants. He also wrote that its not scripted and everything is the reality.
Hinting that Bigg Boss could be the contestants ticket to a break in Bollywood, he wrote that film industry watches Bigg Boss. And therefore, the contestants had to behave as who would want to work with someone badly behaved or unprofessional.
Realizing that there are people who are for him and against him, he says that this need not be, as the host himself does not like what he does, be it right or wrong.
Lastly he wrote that even if one family member does not like the show, the rest should respect that and not watch the show. Bidding adieu, he wrote that he would be shooting for the climax of his movie Jai Ho tomorrow.