Bigg Boss 11: Akash Dadlani forcefully kisses Shilpa Shinde, fans outrage

Updated: 06 December, 2017 18:25 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

In a video surfaced online, Akash Dadlani is seen forcefully kissing Shilpa Shinde and despite Shilpa Shinde snubbing back at him, Akash continues harassing her

In an unseen 'Bigg Boss 11' video by MTV's Extra Dose, contestant Akash Dadlani is seen forcefully kissing co-contestant Shilpa Shinde. While the actress tries her best to push him away, he still continues with his imprudent act. Shilpa gets really furious and gives him a piece of her mind. Despite which, he goes to the extent of saying that what will she do now?

 Shilpa Shinde
Shilpa Shinde. Picture Courtesy: Colors Twitter handle.

In the 13-second video, Shilpa, Puneesh, and Akash are seen in the garden area and next what can be seen is that out of nowhere Akash, who is known for passing crass comments, especially towards women in the house, forcibly kisses Shilpa. She rebuffs at him saying, "You will get a slap from me, I don't want to talk to you." But Dadlani continues with his vague behaviour, harasses her and questions her, "What will you do now?"

Fans of 'Bigg Boss 11' have shown their outrage on Twitter and have made an appeal to Salman Khan to take a strict action against Akash. They have started hashtag #EvictAkashDadlani and have further questioned about women's safety inside the house. The fans are even saying that he addresses Shilpa as 'maa' in the house, does he behaves in the same manner with his own mother?

Shilpa Shinde

Here is how fans are fuming with anger on Twitter:

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First Published: 06 December, 2017 18:23 IST

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