Kashmera Shah Reveals How Husband Krushna Abhishek Fought With Everyone


New Delhi: Actress Kashmera Shah was recently featured on Bigg Boss 15 Weekend ka Vaar with Salman Khan. It was during this appearance that she cracked jokes about the ongoing feud between husband Krushna Abhishek and his uncle Govinda and his wife Sunita Ahuja.

On Sunday’s special episode of Bigg Boss, Shah was seen getting into a heated argument with Divya Aggarwal. The reason behind this argument was the growing differences between the in-house couple Karan Kundrra and Tejasswi Prakash. When the argument kept on building up, host Salman Khan interrupted them and said, “Krushna, Krushna! I salute you brother.” This left the audience and everyone else in splits.

Kashmera added to the spirit by sharing another detail about her husband. She said, “Sir! Are you talking about Krushna? Now that you have named him, let me tell you something. When I went inside the Bigg Boss house in the last season of the show, he bid me farewell saying ‘Kash, you are going inside the house, please make sure that you do not fight with anyone there. It is about our respect and fame, the respect of our family.’ I did not fight with anyone. I did nothing in there, I admit it.”

She further added that she was utterly disappointed in him and said, “Bahar sabse jhagda kar ke khud baitha tha (Here he was sitting, after fighting with everyone outside). What is this sir? Khud jhagda kiya, is se, us se…maama se, maami se (He fought with one and all, including his uncle and aunt)..all of them. And, he asked me not to fight? I am not going to listen to him anymore, sir.”

Khan couldn’t control his laugh and said, “Did you hear that Krushna? She is not going to listen to you anymore. Did she ever listen to you earlier, that she will now?”

Shah even shared a piece of advice for Tejasswi and told her not to fall in love and lose the game, she even gave the example of Krushna and herself.

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