For the longest time the Dabangg Khan was against Kushal Tandon’s re-entry into the madcap house. But now that the television actor is back on the reality show, we wonder what happened to Salman’s forgive-but-never-forget attitude. Double standards, eh?
While Salman Khan may not host the next season of Bigg Boss, wethinks he must want to leave the show with a good image. Will that be possible? We wonder. After all, once Kushal Tandon was evicted, the Bigg Boss 7 host got a lot of flak from the audience for being biased towards Tanishaa Mukherji and Armaan Kholi and saying nothing to discipline them. The whole drama was nothing less than a national outrage. While the makers of the controversial show wanted to bring back Kushal, it was Sallu miyaan who was against the decision. In fact, in one episode Salman said that Gauahar Khan’s ‘good friend’ was trying to grab the limelight by announcing in interviews how he (Salman) had apologised to him. It was evident that the Jai Ho actor was miffed with Kushal and wouldn’t allow him back into the glass walled house, no matter what.
Now things have taken a complete U-turn and Mr Tandon is back on the show. How did that happen! As Mr Khan has been saying on the show again and again, Bigg Boss is the decision maker. Maybe that’s true. But if it is, then it seems that Bigg Boss is actually bigger than Salman Khan. OMG, did we just say that! Guess we got a bit carried away….giggle. Coz that’s unlikely, since otherwise Kushal would have re-entered the house much earlier, no?
So logically speaking, Kushal’s comeback wouldn’t have been possible without Salman giving his green signal, hai na? After all, he is the bhai of Bollywood and we know – so do you – about his Dabangg ways. Maybe SK wanted to do away with the ‘biased’ tag and all the negative reactions he was receiving from fans. Smart move – or do we say smart planning, Mr Khan?
PS: We are eagerly waiting for Kushal and Salman to come face-to-face on the show. That will be one explosive episode, hai na?