Banned cricketer S Sreesanth is having a tough time in Bigg Boss season 12. The fast bowler who represented India once has often threatened to leave the house. Recently, he was slammed by host Salman Khan for citing an inappropriate reason to nominate a female contestant. His reason to nominate her was 'she smoked being a female'.
Despite being a sportsperson, Sreesanth has often given up in the tasks as well which wasn't appreciated by the viewers, as well as, house members.
But Sreesanth's wife Bhuvneshwari Kumari isn't happy with her husband getting targetted again and again. She also added that people should stop calling him a fixer.
She doesn't stop there. Bhuvnehswari even pointed finger at host Salman Khan and said he is partial. “I wonder if Sreesanth would have said 1% of what she had said to any contestant would it not have been a topic of discussion on WKV. I am quite sure it would have been a topic of the nation. So why such partiality? When u say every contestant in Bigboss house is equal, then you shouldn’t target or highlight Sreesanth alone whereas other contestants have said and done worst things like kicking the table and breaking the plate during the same week, I think it’s very unfair.
Thank you Sreefam for all the love and support. And for those who r asking; YES, I LOVE SREE unconditionally and will continue to do so in every circumstance. XOXO,” Bhuvneshwari said.
She also mentioned how people are degrading Sreesanth and dragging his family. In the end, Bhuvneshwari concluded that even Salman Khan's judgment on weekends makes her unhappy.
“I genuinely feel that Sree is being targeted a lot inside as well as outside the house for publicity and footage to which I have or he has no control over. We can only choose to ignore, which we all saw, Sree did the last whole week after being called by every possible name like Kala kauva, International kauva, Neech, Ghatiya, Pagal, Farzi, Launda, mental.
Dimag meinkeeda, dumb, deaf, idiot, makkar, ghatiyaaadmi, aisimarungi ki Teri Puste yaadrakhengee, Gira huainsan, sala and many many more things crossing every possible line of decency and also dragging family and generations who has got nothing to do with any of it. Still, it is not taken seriously and the person who says such things is given free hand. Every weekend ka vaar really makes me upset,” she added.