18 Nov
Bigg Boss 11: Shilpa Shinde crosses the limits, makes RACIST comments on Hina Khan’s skin colour

Until now, fans have been backing Shilpa Shinde for being the most righteous player in Bigg Boss 11. But her recent racist remarks at Hina Khan may turn tables at her. In the new video from Bigg Boss is very upsetting for the fans. In the video, Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain actress is seen making racist comments on Hina Khan’s skin colour. The clip might set a new low for the most controversial reality show, which saw everything from bodyshaming to physical assaults. With every new episode, the hate quotient between the housemates rises exponentially. Hina and Shilpa have been at loggerheads ever since the beginning. But their fight has crossed its limits recently.

Here’s how the conversation took place between Arshi Khan, Shilpa Shinde and Akash Dadlani.

Arshi: Arey in logo ke colour ko kya ho gaya? Kaale pade yeh toh toh

Arshi is mentioning the pool party housemates had in the morning.

Shilpa: Yeh log toh pehle se hi kale hain. Pehle se kaale log kaale kaise ho sakte hain?

Akash: Nahi start kar

Arshi: Aye, udhr kaala hua hai, zyada paagal ho raha hai kya? Tu kya bola raha hai, tumne bhi toh Vikas ko bola.

Akash: Oye start karna hai toh bol.

Arshi: Kya start karna hai? Tumne bhi toh bola na Vikas ka colour down ho raha hai

Shilpa: Aur start tum karoge kya humesha?

Arshi: Yeh dhamka raha hai kya? Uska colour hua dark toh kya bole? Nahi matlab ab Hina ke taraf gaya toh tumhe kyu bura laga?

In no time, this video clip has garnered extreme reactions from the fans. People who were supporting Shilpa earlier, are now bashing her for stooping down to such a level.

How dare can someone pass such racial comments? Wtf! @ColorsTV @BeingSalmanKhan @RealVinduSingh Arshi and Shilpa are passing comments on @eyehinakhan ‘s skin color! Like seriously?  

Let’s see if Salman Khan gives them some free lessons on bodyshaming and racism as well. This episode might help Hina to resurrect her favourite ‘bahu’ status among the fans.