Bigg Boss 11 is long over but this cold war between winner Shilpa Shinde and Hina Khan isn’t. Just a couple of days ago, Hina Khan and Rocky Jaiswal took on Shilpa, after she shared an adult video content clip on social media. While the actress’ aim was only to prove that it wasn’t her in the MMS that got leaked last year but some other woman, who is also in the video she shared, Hina and Rocky disapproved of her move. They argued about how could she share a video of a woman in compromising position without her consent?
While Hina called the act shameful and said that as a celebrity Shilpa should have been more responsible, Rocky blamed Shilpa for doing something that she herself had become victim of. Shilpa didn’t care though and she also had a lot of support from her fans. But now again, Hina is back, with a tweet that is seen as a sly dig at Shilpa. It so happened that Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain actress Shubhangi Atre Poorey was awarded at the 20th Beti Flo GR8 Women Awards 2018. She had posted about the same on her Twitter with a picture on April 20. And Hina found the time to congratulate her now.
In her tweet to Shubhangi, she wrote, “Hina replied to her by writing, “Many congratulations Shubhangi.. u deserve every bit of it.. it’s good to see a fellow actor felicitated for her remarkable achievements.. many more to go😊” [sic]. Interestingly, there were two more actresses from Television who won this award – one of whom is Shivangi Joshi – who played Akshara’s (Hina Khan) daughter Naira in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. The other one being Rubina Diliak. But Hina chose to congratulate only Shubhangi.
If you may recall, Shubhangi is the actress who replaced Shilpa on Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain after she got involved in a spat with the makers.
Check out Shubhangi’s tweet and Hina’s reaction to it below
Tweet by Shubhangi
Looks like these ladies are having a difficult time letting go of the past. As their fellow Bigg Boss 11 contestant Vikas Gupta had said in a recent interview, “Bigg Boss 11 is over. I hope they move on and stop turning life into a reality show.”