The 47-year-old Saturday gave an earful to Kushal for insulting Tanisha last week. "If you are thinking that you can clean your image, it's a misconception," Salman told Kushal, and added he too had faced it and realised that one's mistakes are engraved on people's memories.
"Because of this episode, this might be the last season for me," he said Saturday. On Sunday, Salman talked about the issue again on Tiwtter responding to queries from his followers. He wrote that according to "Bigg Boss" fans both should have been out, "but there was a lot more than wat you saw".
"You see an hour, I see the whole deal. Guess some of you guys may not react when some one speaks to female members of your family or women in that manner," Salman tweeted. "But I do not. Most of us men and women stand up against men who run them down," wrote the super star and added that if this is not the culture, "it better become".
The actor also said that people get carried away during the show, and praised the concept. "It's a good show to learn how to be physically and mentally strong. The tasks go on for 48 hrs and more. Without no proper sleep or food. Halwa hai kya (Is it a cakewalk?)," he wrote.
"I am only answering your question about BB ('Bigg Boss') because you are following me. This is a game. It's on TV so, I like to keep a check on it." "The choice is yours if you want to watch it or not. Some times people do get carried away in fights. Everyone does and then they sort it out," he added.